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Virtual predator is self-aware, behaves like living counterpart

Virtual predator is self-aware, behaves like living counterpart

Scientists report in the journal eNeuro that they’ve built an artificially intelligent ocean predator that behaves a lot like the original flesh-and-blood organism on which it was modeled. The virtual creature, “Cyberslug,” reacts to food and responds to members of its own kind much like the actual animal, the sea slug Pleurobranchaea californica, does.

Date: 
Thursday, March 1, 2018