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Classical Cybernetics and Robotics have a distinguished history of architectural schema to inform emergent ideas on how best to embody AI. In particular, the Robot Operating System (ROS) developer community, using a legacy OODA Loop architecture, are applying GAI in defining a multi-modal LWM rich-data channel-set and data-flow dynamics. Work is in preliminary brainstorming phase. This Topic is to urgently explore critical issues, including security and ethics, and elicit new ideas.

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