September 2, 2008

UC Davis Scientists Teach Bots to Follow

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UC Davis researchers have been working on robots picking up cues to follow one another. While humans unconsciously move their heads a fraction of a second before turning, Sanjay Joshi and his team have developed a control system that takes those cues into account. Although the bots shown here are not the ones used by UCD, we looked at them and thought, "Aha, this is the first step in robots taking over the planet." Our thanks to Spaceboyjordo, etsy and his robotic pals.

Via UC Davis

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at September 2, 2008 9:18 AM
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