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Old 13th August 2015, 14:56   #1
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Default Study finds robots evolve more quickly after mass extinction

Mass extinction in a biological sense means wiping out valuable genetic material, but in robotics it may accelerate evolutions. A team of computer scientists from the University of Texas at Austin apparently found that robots evolve more quickly when there was a mass extinction of current-gen robots. They’re claiming that killing off robots in a...
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