robomorphic computing

MIT developed ‘robomorphic computing, an automated way to design custom hardware to speed up a robot’s operation. | Credit: Jose-Luis Olivares, MIT

There are three main steps in a robot’s operation, according to Neuman. The first is perception, which includes gathering data using sensors or cameras. The second is mapping and localization: “Based on what they’ve seen, they have to construct a map of the world around them and then localize themselves within that map,” says Neuman. The third step is motion planning and control — in other words, plotting a course of action.

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