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Robot survives stabbing and can walk again shortly after ‘torture’

A TERMINATOR-LIKE robot responsible for its own healing has officially been created.

Humans have long thought they could master types of artificial intelligence if needed, but this new robot has seeded the idea that they might be stronger than previously thought.


Scientists stabbed each of the robots’ “legs” multiple timesCredit: Youtube/Science X: Phys.org
Each time, the robot was able to heal itself


Each time, the robot was able to heal itselfCredit: Youtube/Science X: Phys.org
The flexible material allows the robot to keep moving through a variety of chemical processes


The flexible material allows the robot to keep moving through a variety of chemical processesCredit: Youtube/Science X: Phys.org

Illinois researchers have created a flexible, self-healing robot that reappears after an attack or damage, the Daily Star reported.

Through chemical reactions, the rubber sensor automaton reforms after being cut, according to the outlet.

As part of their trial, the scientist stabbed the four legs of the machine one by one.

After each stab wound, he reportedly recovered and started walking again.

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“We really tried to torture these sensors as much as possible,” said Hedan Bai, one of the project’s lead researchers in Illinois.

Scientists began to focus on building such droids from softer materials, making them stronger and easier to regenerate after damage.

This healing is called “damage intelligence”, and it is believed to be the solution to the use of robots in difficult industries as well as robot muscles that have a chance to repair themselves if the user uses them. damages.

Another self-regenerating robot was placed under living human skin in June, the Daily Star found.

It was called a “sweaty finger” and thought to look like a sex toy.

Professor Shoji Takeuchi, one of the scientists involved in the study, said the creation is “not only soft like real skin, but can repair itself if cut or damaged in any way. other”.


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