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18 November 2022

  • curprev 19:0219:02, 18 November 2022Natalie Bayer talk contribs 1,521 bytes +1,521 Created page with "Human emulation is a commonly used term to describe a layer of software running in a robots operating system that specifically mimics the behavior that a typical organic human would. In general the human emulation layer is thought to take up a significant portion of a robots CPU usage, but can sometimes be described as having it's own dedicated processor and resources. The types of behavior that are typically associated with the "Human Emulation" include (but are not l..."