Academics at the University of Lincoln are working to create mobile robots which will learn to interact and work in the real world. The multi-million pound project aims to develop robots which can operate intelligently and independently.
The robots will be taught to gain an understanding of 3D space and learn how this space changes over periods of time, from milliseconds to months.
The University of Lincoln will help develop the software which will process the sheer volume of experiences the robots will encounter.
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