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November 1, 2010 / Martijn

Environment-driven evolutionary adaptation

This video shows a fully autonomous artificial evolution within a population of ~20 completely autonomous real (e-puck) robots. Each robot is driven by its “genome” and genomes are spread whenever robots are close enough (range: 25cm). The most “efficient” genomes end up being those that successfully drive robots to meet with each other while avoiding getting stuck in a corner.

via YouTube – Environment-driven evolutionary adaptation with 20 autonomous robots.


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