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News from the Living Machines conference London | The Telegraph

curated by | August 2, 2013

Researchers at a conference on biologically inspired robots at the Natural History Museum and Science Museum in London, have showcased new machines that could see robots becoming far more common in our places of work and homes. More than 120 scientists from all over the world have gathered for the Living Machines conference to discuss how to mimic the natural world to build better robots.


Read more: Richard Gray at The Telegraph


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