When robots spontaneously organise

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US engineers and physicists have identified conditions where independent robots will spontaneously act collaboratively – much as flocks of starlings form shapes in the air. It does not cover every situation nor every type of independently-acting entity, but posits that entities with sufficiently messy dynamics will spontaneously find ‘low rattling’ states. “Rattling is when matter …

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