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Robots develop language to 'talk' to each other

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Robots are developing their own language to help them navigate and improve their intellectual ability.

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The robots play word games to learn and test their geographic knowledge

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It's good how robots are developing their own language, What do members think?

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I think it's a bit unfortunate actually. This is unique id generation for a location, and for a computer that data can be stored in any way as long as it can be decoded somewhere else. There are more efficient ways of storing the data, but we're making them use human-determinable sounds. Unless the aim is to have robots understand human place names, or have robots tell humans place names, its actually a little limiting, isn't it? Probably helps the researchers to know when communications are happening though
For everyone's sake, watch this video

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