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Robots programmed to recover from injury in minutes and adapt movements using Darwinian software
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Robots programmed to recover from injury in minutes and adapt ...

While the self-healing abilities of the T1000 robot in Terminator are still a figment of the imagination, French and US scientists have found a way to help robots adapt within minutes when they are injured. Researchers from the Pierre and Marie ... International Business Times UK, 1 day ago
Robots Automatically Recover from Damage in Minutes Scientific Computing, 1 day ago

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Human ingenuity takes on cancer's Darwinian ways

The powerful algorithm that has populated the Earth with 10 million species, each occupying a different ecological niche, is an example of what computer scientists call "random generate and test." Start with the DNA alphabet, then blindly shuffle ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago How the Darwinian principle may offer scientists new ways to fight cancer  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago 10 Celebrities Who Have Battled Breast Cancer (CLICK)  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago Darwinian principle may offer scientists new ways to fight cancer  WA Today1 week ago

Digital Natives Demand a Retail Revolution

A fascinating case of Darwinian economic competition is occurring before our eyes. Legacy consumer-packaged goods brands and retail giants, like Gillette and Sunglass Hut, are being challenged head-on by fast-growing brand-retailer hybrids appealing ...
 Adweek Online2 weeks ago

How Last Man on Earth Reversed Its Male Gaze

Ray Mickshaw/FOX This odd show started great, went bad, then evolved into a Darwinian sex comedy with the men as the objects. I can't remember the last debut season of a show that had the great-to-awful-to-pretty-good quality arc of Last Man on ...
 Time4 weeks ago
National Geographic

I Heart My City: Jennifer's Darwin

Three years ago, Jennifer Pinkerton cashed in her life as an editor in Sydney for one ofglobal adventure. After teaching English at the Dalai Lama's temple in India, losing her hair in Zambia, and taking on French school in the Loire Valley, she ...
 National Geographic1 month ago

WATCH: Chimps In Uganda Look Both Ways Before Crossing

Call it Darwinian evolution in action: A troop of wild chimpanzees in Uganda have learned a valuable survival skill - to look before crossing. In a video published by New Scientist, one chimp can be seen pausing at the edge of the road and then ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago

In a frustrated world, the omens for global stability are bleak | Natalie Nougayrede

Share on WhatsApp Follow the news cycle and you get the sense that the world has become Darwinian, an environment where only the fittest, the best able to adapt, will survive or see their interests prevail. Globalisation and digitalisation are not ...
 Austin American Statesman2 months ago National Frustrations Feed Global Instability  RealClearWorld2 months ago

Struggle for Survival; Survival of the Fittest

Darwin was the person who presented the theory of biological evolution and claimed that all the living beings struggle for their survival and only those among them survive that are the fittest. Thus, he gave the theory of struggle for survival ...
 Daily Outlook2 months ago

What agriculture can learn from Charles Darwin

Natural selection has served the world well thus far, says prof R Ford Denison, and should be encouraged R Ford Denison: the professor of ecology, evolution and behaviour at the University of Minnesota Harvest time: innovations will be needed as the ...
 Irish Times2 months ago

​How open source Apache's survival of the fittest ethos breeds better software

published less than 1 hour ago The Apache Software Foundation operates on the soundest Darwinian principles, according to Hadoop firm Cloudera's CTO, Amr Awadallah. Business News
 NewsOnFeeds.com2 weeks ago ​How open source Apache's 'survival of the fittest' ethos breeds better software  ZDNet2 weeks ago
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