Watch a robot cat chase a robot mouse
- June 15, 2022
- Jeff Krichmar, cog sci, New Scientist, June 15, 2022
A robotic game of cat and mouse playing out in a lab provides a peek at future possibilities of robots carrying out search-and-rescue missions or wildlife surveys without much human guidance. … “For robotics, this is very important because it allows the system to operate for longer durations in hard-to-reach environments with greater autonomy,” says [cognitive sciences professor] Jeffrey Krichmar at the University of California, Irvine.
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