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The Social Life of Robots

CMU TRESTLE project robotic assembly system

The TRESTLE project at Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute focuses on developing the architectural framework and tools to coordinate robotic assembly teams.

Credit: Reid Simmons

Researchers are trying to build robots capable of working together with minimal human supervision. But will they ever learn to get along?

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