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Submission + - Over 1,000 Robots Swarm Together in Harvard Lab (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: Ants, schooling fish and flocking birds all have something in common – they can achieve things by working together that they could never do on their own. With that in mind, researchers are now looking into ways of allowing "swarms" of communicating robots to accomplish tasks that are difficult or even impossible for single robots. Harvard University recently performed an unprecedented demonstration of that behavior, in which a batch of over 1,000 tiny Kilobots arranged themselves into a variety of pre-assigned two-dimensional shapes.
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Over 1,000 Robots Swarm Together in Harvard Lab

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