From 1966 through 1972, the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International (then Stanford Research Institute) conducted
research on a mobile robot system nicknamed “Shakey.” Endowed with a limited ability to perceive and model its environment,
Shakey could perform tasks that required planning, route-finding, and the rearranging of simple objects.
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