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Wednesday, November 19, 2014


Falling cats and tumbling athletes inspire search and rescue robots

So even our fancy multi-giga-hertz processors can't figure this stuff out fast enough. I see a big application for parallel processing here, or possibly neural net stuff. But that stuff is complicated, maybe too complicated to be implemented by mere mortals. Machine learning might help some, but it might take more years of training than we have before the next war overruns us all. Human beings are hard to beat, which shouldn't be surprising since we've been polishing our combat algorithms for a zillion years, ever since we were knee high to a paramecium.

Via army-technology dot com

Update December 2019 replaced missing video.

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