Scurrying centipedes inspire many-legged robots that can traverse difficult landscapes

      Intrigued to see if the many limbs could be helpful for locomotion in this world, a team of physicists, engineers, and mathematicians are using this style of movement to their advantage. They developed a new theory of multilegged locomotion and created many-legged robotic models, discovering the robot with redundant legs could move across uneven surfaces without any additional sensing or control technology as the theory predicted. Read More Artificial Intelligence News — ScienceDaily 

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