Dyna enw 'r uned deledu sy'n gwasanaethu Cymru. Heno, yn lie gweld ffrwyth ei llafur mewn rhaglen arbennig, gwahoddwn chwi i weld yr uned ei hun ar waith.
Bydd Alun Williams yn cyflwyno rhai o'r cynhyrchwyr a'r peiriannwyr i chwi, a chewch eu gwylio wrthi yn trin y ger a'r offer sy'n gwneud gwasanaeth teledu'n bosibl
Y telediad o dan ofal
David J. Thomas a Dafydd Gruffydd
Paratowyd y rhaglen gan Lorraine Davies
(Wenvoe, Holme Moss and Sutton Coldfield only)
Will scientists ever be able to make a machine that can think?
Dr. Grey Walter, physiologist at the Burden Neurological Institute, Bristol, shows Max Robertson some of the electro mechanical models he has made.
These scientific 'toys' possess the simplest form of thought mechanism; they are used to imitate the behaviour of living creatures and to suggest ideas about the working of the human brain.
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