Biologically-inspired research stimulates new technologies in automated neuroscience and vision
By John Edwards
January 18, 2013
At Georgia Tech’s Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, researchers are working to improve science’s understanding of how the human brain functions and to apply this and other research to projects aimed at creating advanced robotic systems for medical and other applications.
The Atlanta-based center was launched in 2006 to achieve three basic goals: to conduct world-class research into robotics and related technologies, to provide an integrated PhD program that would create new generations of robotics engineers and scientists and to usher newly created robotic technologies and systems…
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