Rise of the rat-brained robots

By Paul Marks Video: A collection of 300,000 rat neurons stops this robot bumping into thing (Footage courtesy Reading University, UK) (Image: Diem Photography/University of Reading) Watch a video of the rat-brained robot in action AFTER buttoning up a lab coat, snapping on surgical gloves and spraying them with alcohol, I am deemed sanitary enough to view a robot’s control system up close. Without such precautions, any fungal spores on my skin could infect it. “We’ve had that happen. They just stop working and die off,” says Mark Hammond,
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