This interface consists of a clustered algorithm which regroups the myriads of internal states of a machine into a small number, and a fractal generator. By looking at these changing fractal images, you start to 'feel' the machine's 'thoughts.'
The first practical applications should appear within five years, while self-evolving or self-repairing robots will not come before a long time, according to the researchers. More details and references are available in this overview, including a picture showing a machine's 'thinking' evolution.
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