Cheetah 3 Is A Blind Robot That Doesn’t Need Sensors To Navigate | Mach | NBC News 1 month ago

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A team of scientists at MIT has developed a robot that doesn’t need cameras or sensors to navigate, unlike traditional locomotive robots. This makes the Cheetah 3 perfect for search and rescue operations, especially in the dark.
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Cheetah 3 Is A Blind Robot That Doesn’t Need Sensors To Navigate | Mach | NBC News

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