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Robots and neuroscience

For decades now there has been a two-way relationship between neuroscience and computational modelling. Functioning robots have been used as proof of concept for abstract philosophical ideas as well as specific biological hypotheses, whilst there has always been a strong biomimetic tradition in engineering. This review brings to story up-to-date and presents a broad range of case-studies including insect vision, orientation and navigation.

Dario Floreano, Auke Jan Ijspeert, Stefan Schaal (2014) Robotics and Neuroscience. Current Biology 24(18) R910–R920
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