Norwegian robot learns to self-evolve and 3D print itself in the lab

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Experts at the University of Oslo, Norway have discovered a new way for robots to design, evolve and manufacture themselves, without input from humans, using a form of artificial evolution called "Generative design," and 3D printers – although admittedly the team, for now at least, still has to assemble the final product, robot, when it's printed. Generative design is something we've talked about several times before and it's where artificial intelligence programs – creative machines, if you will – not humans, innovate new products – such as chairs and even Under Armour's new Architech sneakers. The labs latest robot, "Number Four," which is made up of sausage like plastic parts linked together with servo motors, is trying out different gaits, attempting to figure out the best way to move from one end of the floor to the other. And while you might look at this video and think it's weird, or funny remember that this is just the start. Today it's evolving, trying to learn how to move from A to B in the most efficient manner, but tomorrow – well, it could be "evolving" anything, and all at a much faster rate than humans.

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