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Robot instead of tongue

Robots replace the person in professional work of a various kind more and more. Now they attempt already and on such traditionally human profession, as the taster. Brazilian inventor Antonio Riul from city of San Carlos has thought up the robot replacing human language. New robot-language, according to its parent, promises to give exact and reliable parameters of taste, it is simple in circulation and can be widely used by the companies which now trust professionals-tasters in definition of taste and quality of the new products, such, as a wine, tea, coffee, mineral water etc. 

Up to some time the robot  can not replace the people - tasters fault in check of such thin products, as high quality wines and whisky. Well-known, nevertheless, that tasters in due course "are satiated", and their taste loses a subtlety. Robot-language, however, can is successful compete to human receptors, you see it never tire from "tasty" work.

Under the application of inventors, robot-language can define even hardly perceptible impurity in water to determine a difference between kaberne one year from different vineyards and even to distinguish a wine of one grade from one vineyard, but different years. Electronic language can catch and molecules of sugar or salt in the concentration inaccessible to human receptors.  

The robot is based on the same principle, as human language: it has receptors of definition of four kinds of tastes - salty, sweet, bitter and sour. These chemical receptors at it are submitted by four most thin films under an electric voltage. At definition of taste each film absorbs a liquid substance, differently changing force of a current in an electric circuit. Various tasting shades are displayed then on the special diagram. Any interested person can find more full description of the device in magazine Nature

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