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Robot “secret agent” infiltrates and influences schools of fish

A humanoid robot may have just been granted citizenship status for the first time, but we’re still a long way from crossing the uncanny valley to where they blend seamlessly into our society. But apparently fish are easier to fool, since a team from EPFL has successfully integrated a robotic impostor into schools of zebrafish, to the point where the robot could guide the group’s behavior.

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