New-generation ‘thinking’ biomimetic robots developed as ocean engineering solutions

Science Daily

Date:
December 23, 2014
Source:
National University of Singapore
Summary:
Researchers are closer to creating underwater robotic creatures with a brain of their own — besides behaving like the real thing. In the near future, it would not be too tall an order for the team to produce a swarm of autonomous tiny robotic sea turtles and fishes for example, to perform hazardous missions such as detecting nuclear wastes underwater or other tasks too dangerous for humans. . . . Read Complete Report
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