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Talking Robots: Laurent Keller

Posted 13 Apr 2007 at 16:24 UTC by steve Share This

Markus Waibel writes, "The new Talking Robots podcast episode interviews the biologist Laurent Keller, who is very well known for his work on ants and other social insects. He has been one of the first biologists to turn to robotics to perform artificial selection experiments that are difficult or impossible to realize with biological organisms. In this interview he gives a biologist's perspective of robots and robotics, he talks about the advantages of using robots rather than theoretical models and computer simulations alone, and he comments on whether we should build animal-robot hybrids and artificial animals."

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