Servo Magazine ( November 2008 )
Bot Gets Bio Brain
By Jeff Eckert View In Digital Edition
Placing a functioning human brain into a robot is still well within the realm of science fiction, but some folks at the University of Reading ([url=http://www.reading.ac.uk]http://www.reading.ac.uk[/url]) have created a biological brain of sorts and hooked it up as a robot controller. It has been known for some time that cultured neurons are somewhat like ants that have been scattered away from the anthill in that they can no longer function as a single unit. However, when interconnected in a culture dish, such neurons form simple...
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