Robots can learn a lot from nature if they want to see’ the world, via The Conversation:

To model a biological system and make it useful for robots, you typically need to understand both the behavioural and neural basis of that vision system. The behavioural component is what you observe the animal doing and how that behaviour changes when you mess with what it can see, for example by trying different configurations of landmarks. The neural components are the circuits in the animal’s brain underlying visual learning for tasks, such as navigation.

July 9, 2018

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