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Robots enable bees and fish to interact

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Still Waters

Bees and fish don’t often have the occasion to meet, nor would they have much to say to each other if they did. However, under the ASSISIbf project, engineers from EPFL and four other European universities* were able to get groups of bees and fish to communicate with each other.

The bees were located in Austria and the fish in Switzerland. Through robots, the two species transmitted signals back and forth to each other and gradually began coordinating their decisions. The study was published today in Science Robotics.


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If the space between them were filled with fishes and bees , they wouldn't need any fancy robotic transmitters 


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