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Morphogenetic Engineering

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SRI’s Micro Robots Can Now Manufacture Their Own Tools
IEEE Spectrum, 22nd March 2016
How Google is using dead authors to improve its artificial intelligence
Wired, 11th March 2016
Inside the Artificial Universe That Creates Itself
The Atlantic, 25th February 2016
Army ants’ ‘living’ bridges suggest collective intelligence
Kurzweilai, 2nd December 2015
SpatialOS: Improbable unveils operating system for simulated cities (Wired UK)
Wired, 19th November 2015
How big data and The Sims are helping us to build the cities of the future
The Conversation, 9th November 2015
Self repairing city: Robots and drones made in Leeds to repair potholes and street lights
5th November 2015
A Robot Uses Specific Simulated Brain Cells to Navigate
MIT Technology Review, 27th October 2015
Robots Discover How Cooperative Behavior Evolved in Insects
IEEE Spectrum, 31st August 2015
Ants divide knowledge to protect the ‘network’
Futurity, 16th April 2015
Computers that mimic the function of the brain
sciencedaily.com, 10th April 2015
Festo’s Fantastical Insectoid Robots Include Bionic Ants and Butterflies
IEEE Spectrum, 1st April 2015
Commanding the Swarm
War on the Rocks, 26th March 2015
Introducing florarobotica: robots and natural plants as bio-hybrids
Heiko Hamann, 25th March 2015
How complex environments push brain evolution
Kurzweilai, 9th February 2015
Distributed Exploration with a Robot Swarm
ASCENS Project, 5th February 2015
‘Design Mining’ Reimagines Engineering with Evolution and Neural Networking
Motherboard, 30th January 2015
Scientists review worldwide rise of ‘network of networks’
Phys.org, 18th December 2014
Can A Computer Be Creative?
33rd Square, 21st November 2014
As sensors proliferate, opportunities are emerging in the field of machine learning
Phys.org, 19th November 2014
Drone in flight test learns on the fly with special chip
Phys.org, 17th November 2014
Google DeepMind acquisition researchers working on a Neural Turing Machine
Phys.org, 4th November 2014
Robot researcher combines nature to nurture ‘superhuman’ navigation
Nanowerk, 14th October 2014
Quantum Robots Will Do Your Job Better Than You Can
Motherboard, 14th October 2014
Why ‘Frankenstein’ Robots Could Be the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Motherboard, 9th October 2014
Five ways the superintelligence revolution might happen
Phys.org, 3rd October 2014
Neuromorphic ‘atomic-switch’ networks function like synapses in the brain
Kurzweilai, 3rd October 2014
Who goes where? Simulated robot boats self-organize to defend against attacks
Robohub, 19th September 2014
Evolution as a self-learning algorithm
Technology Org, 1st September 2014
Thousand-robot swarm self-assembles into arbitrary shapes
Robohub, 20th August 2014
Squidgy ‘click-e-bricks’ will let robots fix themselves
New Scientist, 15th August 2014
SyNAPSE Program Develops Advanced Brain-Inspired Chip
Technology Org, 14th August 2014
If courts are going to treat corporations like humans, they should do the same for robots
Slate, 12th August 2014
Self-organising origami robot unfolds itself… and walks
New Scientist, 11th August 2014
Collaborative learning for robots
MIT News, 6th August 2014
Defending the grand vision of the Human Brain Project
New Scientist, 15th July 2014
The Incredible Challenge of Digitizing the Human Brain
Motherboard, 27th June 2014
Fuzzy logic brings robots closer to human-like reasoning
Nanowerk, 21st June 2014
New computer program aims to teach itself everything about anything
Phys.org, 20th June 2014
Neuromorphic Computing Gets Ready for the (Really) Big Time
Communications of the ACM, 18th June 2014
Can Software Suffer? The Complicated Ethics of Brain Emulation
Scientific Computing, 10th June 2014
What Can Smart Machines Still Learn From People
33rd Square, 27th May 2014
Using Evolution To Advance Intelligent Robots
33rd Square, 8th May 2014
The Next Big Thing You Missed: The Quest to Give Computers the Power of Imagination
Wired, 24th April 2014
Neuromorphic computing ‘roadmap’ envisions analog path to simulating human brain
Phys.org, 23rd April 2014
New Focus for Robotics: Artificial Creativity
Communications of the ACM, 27th March 2014
Copied from nature: Detecting software errors via genetic algorithms
Electronic Component News, 5th March 2014
Computational biology: Cells reprogrammed on the computer
Phys.org, 9th February 2014
Machine-learning algorithms could make chemical reactions intelligent
R&D Magazine, 9th February 2014
Self-aware and self-expressive systems
Awareness Magazine, 20th January 2014

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