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In America’s Cup waters, a robot takes on an invasion of lionfish | New York Times

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18 April 2017



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The America’s Cup is a technology race as much as a sailboat race. Make a breakthrough in design — be it a winged keel or, in this era of hydrofoiling, a better daggerboard — and your chances of securing the oldest major trophy in sports increase considerably.

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