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Robotics => Robotics News => Topic started by: LOCKSUIT on January 18, 2020, 09:17:09 PM

Title: Living Robot Stem Cells
Post by: LOCKSUIT on January 18, 2020, 09:17:09 PM
Title: Re: Living Robot Stem Cells
Post by: LOCKSUIT on January 18, 2020, 10:53:07 PM
Some people think I'm nuts but see, cells, brains, groups of humans all self-repair. It isn't nuts lol. To build a car, you need to model the whole traffic system, all the cars, roads, users. Same for swarm of nanobots, the gestalt/sum is greater than its parts alone. Human teams too. And neurons that make a brain a voting system. And larger dataset for a brain to use. They have the same pattern, more of itself/more context let's you do/learn exponentially more approx until are the best technology possible. Nanobots can be fog, liquid, gas, by simply latching together, changing structure and hence texture you feel or the colors you see that aren't absorbed. A self-rejuvenating system results from more data/nodes, it evolves/self-recursively improves/re-generates missing data by first compressing it losslessy and then extracting insights, just like why stars form and unstable atoms form from becoming too large and give back the acquired mass.

I recently discovered that Earth, the nanobot organisms, will be a pattern fractal. All will be sorted on grids so 'everyone' knows where and when and how everything is, better smaller resource cost. Chaos is the start of evolution, random data isnt compressible/predictable at all scales ex. nano macro etc. But it gets sorted out and patterns emerge. Technically all particles of Earth are elementary, right, so the patterns are began with from the start losslessly, no new data is ever created on Earth, only sorted different like an array in python. You can't 'delete data' (particles) on a computer/data compressor... So Earth's elementary particles sort / self-organize (obviously, we are predictable/deterministic). And more patterns emerge that allow us to compress/extract / predict way better for our survival goal.

See they used a supercomputer/lots of microscopic data. They self-repair disorder. They work in groups. They are better than simple solid metal tin cans. And are programmable nanobot organisms.

"If we could make 3D biological form on demand, we could repair birth defects, reprogram tumors into normal tissue, regenerate after traumatic injury or degenerative disease, and defeat aging," said the researchers' website. This research could have "a massive impact on regenerative medicine (building body parts and inducing regeneration.)"

"they come pre-loaded with food/energy but can't evolve or multiply"

You could culture cells so you kill off all but the immune ones and can evolve them so are resistant or well, anything, your goal can be to get them to regenerate certain things or make cotton candy or compute and output from inputs.