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Robot discovers itself, adapts to injury

Posted on Saturday, 18 November, 2006 | Comment icon 7 comments

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Bella-Angelique on 18 November, 2006, 17:04
Forced evolution of a machine. We all went through forced evolution from our environment and from each other and still do. I suppose this will continue as a standard for robotics.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Ghostkol on 19 November, 2006, 9:21
Interesting machine.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Shuriken on 19 November, 2006, 15:30
a superb advance...
Comment icon #4 Posted by Star_girl on 20 November, 2006, 10:43
AI here we come...
Comment icon #5 Posted by SilverCougar on 20 November, 2006, 12:26
Soon.. I shall have my Data!
Comment icon #6 Posted by Leliel on 20 November, 2006, 13:37
yay! only 20 years till we turn arnie into a robot~
Comment icon #7 Posted by RollingThunder06 on 21 November, 2006, 5:31
Wonder if with enough time it could get to the point where we are at their mercy.

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