Every year, on February 7, Robotics Day is celebrated around the world.
According to legend, on this day, the famous science fiction writer and popularizer of science, Isaac Asimov formulated three laws of robotics:
A robot cannot harm a person or, through inaction, allow a person to be harmed.
A robot must obey all orders given by a person, except in cases where these orders are contrary to the First Law.
The robot must take care of its safety to the extent that it does not contradict the First and Second Laws.
According to edurobots.ru, the robot must always and everywhere protect itself in any situation that does not contradict the points specified in provisions 1 and 2 of the Law.
According to experts, the interest of youth and adolescents in robotics is growing every year. Numerous international and regional events are also held - conferences and exhibitions on robotics, artificial intelligence and Deep Learning.
Recall that in May of this year at the Institute of Information Technologies of ANAS a nationwide scientific and practical conference on the topic "Artificial Intelligence: Challenges, Problems and Prospects" dedicated to May 17 - World Telecommunications and Information Society Day will be held.