January 17, 2011      

The U.S. Army has made it clear that it wants smart robots capable of both working closely alongside soldiers and working autonomously. These unmanned systems must also adapt in real time to changing situations, conditions, and environments. Further, they should learn from experience.

A pipe dream? Not necessarily. Such robots do not exist today except in movies, but that is not discouraging the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) or Jon Bornstein, the Army's collaborative alliance manager. Bornstei...

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