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Researchers are recognizing that intelligence cannot be reduced to abstract algorithms, but must be couched in a larger context: be it the physical properties of neurons or a physical body.
A pair of robotic wings have been used to investigate why dragonflies use different phase angles for different flight modes.
Complex nonlinear dynamical systems can be used to model and implement controllers for walking robots.
A wide-dynamic-range active-pixel-sensor-based silicon retina with both sustained and transient channels exhibits almost an constant response to variation in illumination.
BRAINS AND MACHINES
I've been taking a break from writing to work on another project this spring and summer but managed to find the time to finish off a story about the iCub. This open-source robot is designed to allow academics to concentrate...
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