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Robot Evolution

January 31, 2010

A Swiss team has applied Darwinian selection to robot development, producing robots that can walk, cooperate and even hunt each other.

“Just a few hundred generations of selection are sufficient to allow robots to evolve collision-free movement, homing, sophisticated predator versus prey strategies, coadaptation of brains and bodies, cooperation, and even altruism,” say the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and University of Lausanne researchers. Would you like to learn…more?

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