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Taking lessons from a sea slug, study points to better hardware for artificial intelligence

The sea slug has taught neuroscientists the most basic intelligence features that any creature in the animal kingdom needs to survive. Now, researchers have mimicked these strategies in a quantum material, a step toward figuring out how to build artificial intelligence directly into hardware.
Source: Science Daily – Robotics