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AI -- Engineering: merging, morphing, mobile robots

(Université libre de Bruxelles) Researchers at the Université libre de Bruxelles have developed self-reconfiguring modular robots that can merge, split and even self-heal while retaining full sensorimotor control. The work may take us closer to producing robots that can autonomously change their size, shape and function.
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