Oct 27, 2021

Teaching robots to think like us: Brain cells, electrical impulses steer robot though maze

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Can intelligence be taught to robots? Advances in physical reservoir computing, a technology that makes sense of brain signals, could contribute to creating artificial intelligence machines that think like us.

In Applied Physics Letters, researchers from the University of Tokyo outline how a robot could be taught to navigate through a maze by electrically stimulating a culture of connected to the machine.

These nerve cells, or neurons, were grown from living cells and acted as the physical reservoir for the to construct coherent signals.

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