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Merging the Biologic and the Electronic
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Scientists have created a type of "cyborg" tissue by embedding a three-dimensional network of functional, bio-compatible nanoscale wires into engineered human tissues.

Engineering a Jellyfish
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Scientists have built a swimming, tissue-engineered "jellyfish" using silicon and muscle cells.

Getting a Feel for the Terrain
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
A team is developing a rover-based computer system that can identify geologically relevant elements in a camera scene.

Testing a Self-Steering Rover in the 'Mars' Desert
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Engineers have recently tested the Seeker full-scale rover, a fully autonomous vehicle that charted its own course through Chile's Atacama Desert. The technology could be used in future missions to help robotic explorers roam the surface of planets like Mars.

Exobots Could Search for ET
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Autonomous, self-replicating robots could help us explore the Universe, find and identify alien life, and perhaps clean up space debris in the process.

Topping the Turing Test
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Using a model inspired by the human brain, scientists are developing an adaptable computational system that learns and evolves.

Cyborg Snails Produce Electricity
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Scientists have implanted tiny biofuel cells that extract electrical power from garden snails.

Robots that Navigate without Human Help
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
A new system could help robots navigate through changing surroundings without input from humans.

Robot Insects Spring to Life
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
A new technique inspired by pop-up books and origami will soon allow mass-production of robotic insect clones.

Computers That Think Like Humans
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
Researchers have created a computer program that can score 150 on modern IQ tests. The average score for a human is 100. Most common math computer programs score below 100 on IQ tests with number sequences.

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