SlothBots, SnotBots, and Robobees: The role of robotics in conservation

Science & Tech

Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech With the robotics industry rapidly growing and supporting technologies such as cloud computing and AI accelerating, the use cases for robots in conservation could have much wider impacts. While science fiction often speculates about robots that are indistinguishable from humans, in the field of ecology and conservation, scientists are already…

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