Robotics and Artificial Intelligence - MCQs in Electronics

MCQs in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence from the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

Multiple choice questions in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

This is the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) in Chapter 34: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence from the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco. If you are looking for a reviewer in Electronics Engineering this will definitely help you before taking the Board Exam.

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1. An android takes the form of:

  • A. An insect.
  • B. A human body.
  • C. A simple robot arm.
  • D. Binocular vision.

2. According to Asimov’s three laws, under what circumstances is it all right for a robot to injure a human being?

  • A. Never.
  • B. When the human being specifically requests it.
  • C. In case of an accident.
  • D. In case the robot controller is infected with a computer virus.

3. Second-generation robots first were used around the year:

  • A. 1950.
  • B. 1960.
  • C. 1970.
  • D. 1980.

4. The extent to which a machine vision system can differentiate between two objects is called the:

  • A. Magnification.
  • B. Sensitivity.
  • C. Selectivity.
  • D. Resolution.

5. An automotive robot might best keep itself traveling down a specific lane of traffic by using:

  • A. Binaural hearing.
  • B. Epipolar navigation.
  • C. Edge detection.
  • D. A second-generation end effector.

6. A rule-based system is also known as:

  • A. Artificial intelligence.
  • B. An expert system.
  • C. An analytical engine.
  • D. An automated guided vehicle.

7. A robot that has its own computer, and can work independently of other robots or computers, is called an:

  • A. Android.
  • B. Insect robot.
  • C. Automated guided vehicle.
  • D. Autonomous robot.

8. A manipulator is also known as a:

  • A. Track drive.
  • B. Robot arm.
  • C. Vision system.
  • D. Robot controller.

9. An android is well suited for operation in:

  • A. Extreme weather conditions.
  • B. Total darkness.
  • C. An assembly line.
  • D. An environment with children.

10. Proximity sensing is most closely akin to:

  • A. Direction measurement.
  • B. Epipolar navigation.
  • C. Distance measurement.
  • D. Machine vision.

11. A telechir is used in conjunction with:

  • A. An automated guided vehicle.
  • B. Telepresence.
  • C. An insect robot.
  • D. An autonomous robot.

12. An absolute limit to the distance over which teleoperation is practical is imposed by:

  • A. The speed of light.
  • B. The image resolution of the vision system.
  • C. The ability of a robot to determine texture.
  • D. All of the above.

13. Rodney Brooks is best known for his work with:

  • A. Epipolar navigation.
  • B. Binocular vision.
  • C. Range sensing and plotting.
  • D. Insect robots.

14. An asset of epipolar navigation is the fact that it:

  • A. Does not require binaural hearing.
  • B. Does not require a computer.
  • C. Can be done from a single observation frame.
  • D. Requires no reference points at all.

15. Spherical coordinates can uniquely define the position of a point in up to:

  • A. One dimension.
  • B. Two dimensions.
  • C. Three dimensions.
  • D. Four dimensions.

16. The number of ways in which a robot arm can move is known as:

  • A. Degrees of rotation.
  • B. Degrees of freedom.
  • C. Degrees of arc.
  • D. Coordinate geometry.

17. The region throughout which a robot arm can accomplish tasks is called its:

  • A. Coordinate geometry.
  • B. Reference axis.
  • C. Reference frame.
  • D. Work envelope.

18. A robot arm that moves along three independent axes, each of which is straight and perpendicular to the other two, employs:

  • A. Revolute geometry.
  • B. Spherical coordinate geometry.
  • C. Cartesian coordinate geometry.
  • D. Cylindrical coordinate geometry.

19. A color vision system can use three gray-scale cameras, equipped with filters that allow which three colors of light to pass?

  • A. Blue, red, and yellow.
  • B. Blue, red, and green.
  • C. Cyan, magenta, and yellow.
  • D. Orange, green, and violet.

20. A robot can determine the steepness of a slope using a(n):

  • A. Epipolar navigation system.
  • B. Clinometer.
  • C. End effector.
  • D. Manipulator.

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