Metamorphosis key to creating stable walking robots


By Paul Marks VIRTUAL robots learning to walk are steadiest on their feet when they start out with no legs and are allowed to evolve limbs over time. As well as helping to design more stable robots, the implication is that creatures whose body plans morph as they grow may have an evolutionary advantage. Programming robots to walk without falling over is arduous, so Josh Bongard at the University of Vermont in Burlington set out to find the quickest way to evolve walking behaviours. To do this,
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