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What if we could design an autonomous flying robot with the navigational and learning abilities of a honeybee?

Such a computationally and energy-efficient autonomous robot would represent a step-change in robotics technology and is precisely what the ‘Brains on Board’ project aims to achieve

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thanks to @Episode1VC for chatting to @DavidRajan about why we think bees have a better way to do #AI better than #DeepLearning https://twitter.com/Episode1VC/status/1440997584668135427

#Bees are really good at minimizing how far they fly to find food. Mathieu Lihoreau trained🐝s to forage from an array of 5🌼s with equal rewards. Once each bee had formed a stable foraging route (trapline), we introduced a single highly rewarding🌼to see how routes might change

Pleasure talking to @Sherryn_G about the limitations of current approaches to AI, and how @opterantech is moving beyond them… https://twitter.com/Sherryn_G/status/1414429146248146946

The awards keep on coming! Very proud to announce we’re among the 2021 RBR50 Robotics Innovation Award Honorees by @RoboticBusiness it’s great to see Natural Intelligence recognised for its potential to overcome the problems of #deeplearning https://bit.ly/3gBzETr #robotics #AI

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Meet the “Brains on Board” Project Team, Advisory Board, and Partners.

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Research Centres

+ Sheffield Robotics – University of Sheffield

+ Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics – University of Sussex

+ Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology – Queen Mary University of London

+ Department of Biomedical Sciences – University of Sheffield

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