Wednesday, December 04, 2013


evo devo robo

"Forget what you see in movies. Most robots sit in a factory somewhere doing dull, repetitive work. Even if their software does dream of a more interesting job, their physical form remains fixed from the day they’re assembled to the moment they’re junked. But it doesn’t have to be that way, say pioneers of `evo devo robo`—evolutionary developmental robotics, which applies principles of natural selection and biological development to machine design." Full news article @ Smithsonian Magazine

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