Engineers hope to upload bees’ brains into robots
Sometimes real science sounds more like science fiction. Just the phrase “bionic bees” sounds like something out of an old paperback.
But that’s the goal of a new project from two U.K. universities, the University of Sheffield and the University of Sussex. Engineers from the schools are planning to scan the brains of bees and upload the data into flying robots with the hope that the machines will fly and act like the real thing.
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Engineers hope to upload bees’ brains into robots

Sometimes real science sounds more like science fiction. Just the phrase “bionic bees” sounds like something out of an old paperback.

But that’s the goal of a new project from two U.K. universities, the University of Sheffield and the University of Sussex. Engineers from the schools are planning to scan the brains of bees and upload the data into flying robots with the hope that the machines will fly and act like the real thing.

Read more…

Woah.

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