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Underwater Robots with Collective Cognition

These underwater robots communicate using LEDs. (Photo credit: COCORO.)

Underwater, autonomous robot swarms developed by researchers in the EU act like schools of fish, exchanging information about their environment as they explore. The robots made for the project, called COCORO, can even learn from their experiences. The team produced a series of videos outlining their …

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Robots in Easy-to-Manage Swarm Share Data for Optimal Planning

Gliding fingers across the tablet shift the position of red beams of light that appear on the floor. An algorithm causes the robots to seek out the light and attempt to evenly cover the lit areas. (Photo credit: Georgia Tech.)

A new system designed at Georgia Institute of Technology can control a swarm of robots, simply by using one finger to shift a beam of light. Each robot is also flexible enough to develop its own plan, based on input received from others in the swarm. …

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