Sep 10, 2020

The World’s First Living Machines

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, robotics/AI

Teeny-tiny living robots made their world debut earlier this year. These microscopic organisms are composed entirely of frog stem cells, and, thanks to a special computer algorithm, they can take on different shapes and perform simple functions: crawling, traveling in circles, moving small objects — or even joining with other organic bots to collectively perform tasks.

The world’s first living robots may one day clean up our oceans.

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