Networking is Key of Working for New Robots: UK Researchers

Networking is Key of Working for New Robots: UK Researchers

In a statement, researchers from the UK's University of Sheffield said that their recent project is building a team of such robots that will provide better understanding to the scientists that how robots depend on networking to complete the simplest of tasks.

The researchers are focusing on 40 robots that will work as a team to perform various tasks like pushing balls and navigating simple obstacles. They claim that the group of robots they are working on, are able to separate and reorganize themselves into distinct groups. The UK researchers are of the view that they would be able to provide an insight into that how more complicated tasks can be programmed into robots.

Study author Dr. Roderich Gross, who is head of the Natural Robotics Lab at the University of Sheffield, was quoted as saying, "We are developing Artificial Intelligence to control robots in a variety of ways. The key is to work out what is the minimum amount of information needed by the robot to accomplish its task".

This statement came after the announcement made by the other researchers around the world that to push the boundaries of artificial intelligence, they are planning to build advanced network of computers.


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