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+ - Robots 'Evolve' the Ability to Deceive

Submitted by pdragon04
pdragon04 (801577) writes "Researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland have found that robots equipped with artificial neural networks and programmed to find "food" eventually learned to conceal their visual signals from other robots to keep the food for themselves. The results are detailed in a PNAS study published today."
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Robots 'Evolve' the Ability to Deceive

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