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15th December 2016

Teaching computers to identify odors

Teaching computers to identify odors

In experiments echoing mice behavior, researchers emulate how brains recognize specific smells

September 21, 2016 | Editor’s Pick
By Peter Reuell, Harvard Staff Writer
“Using a machine-learning algorithm, Murthy and colleagues were able to “train” a computer to recognize the neural patterns associated with various scents, and to identify whether specific odors were present in a mix of smells. The study is described in a Sept. 1 paper in the journal Neuron.”

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Ultralight flying objects with collective behaviour

Flying is a recurring theme in the Bionic Learning Network. The developers channelled their knowledge gained from the projects on the BionicOpter and the eMotionSpheres into the bionic butterflies. They combine the ultralight construction of artificial insects with coordinated flying behaviour in a collective.

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