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Robots taught to lie by squirrels and birds

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Using deceptive behavioral patterns of squirrels and birds, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed robots that are able to deceive each other. The research is funded by the Office of Naval Research and is led by Professor Ronald Arkin, who suggests the applications could be implemented by the military in the future. The research is highlighted in the November/December 2012 edition of IEEE Intelligent Systems.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news...-video.html#jCp

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I always knew squrrels were evil and are trying to take over the world.... soon they will have the weapons to do so..... robots. Might make a good cartoon.

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That would be so cute in a doomy kind of way.

/imagines squirrel with robot on leash

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It'd certainly make squirrel hunting more of a challenge! :w00t::gun:

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I always knew squrrels were evil and are trying to take over the world.... soon they will have the weapons to do so..... robots. Might make a good cartoon.

Squirrels are already organizing...

First they get all liquored up...

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Then they grab their wepaons and attack!

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Recently they awared the coveted "Acorn Cluster" medal to Sgt Fuzzy McNutz...

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But they are not having it all their own way! Some are fighting back...

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Wasn't this an episode of Red Dwarf ?

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