Smart Swarms Seek New Ways to Cooperate

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Robot swarms, called "smarticles," can't move on their own. Collectively, though, they can be programmed to flap arms and nudge each other as part of a group. These smarticles and School of Computer Science Professor Dana Randall, one of the lead researchers on the project, are featured in an article in Quanta Magazine.

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College of Computing, School of Computer Science

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Dana Randall, School of Computer Science, College of Computing, smarticles
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  • Created By: David Mitchell
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  • Created On: Feb 15, 2018 - 3:45pm
  • Last Updated: Feb 15, 2018 - 3:45pm