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Making Collaborative Robotics Safer

The ability for robots to collaborate effectively with one another has been one of the more interesting areas of research in the past few years. I wrote last year about the thoughts of the MIT Computer Science and AI Laboratory (CSAIL) on the topic. Central to the paper is a system whereby three robots can work successfully together to ensure items are delivered accurately in an unpredictable environment.
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