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Rice University’s Robotics Lab Uses Free Online Game Data to Program Nanobot Swarms!

Posted under News by Justin Oung on Saturday, September 14th, 2013 -

Welcome to the future, everyone!

If you’re a fan of free online games, Rice University’s undergraduate students are conducting research into human interaction through multimedia in order to build new algorithms for nanobots that may be used for precise control during surgery.  If that last sentence seems confusing, then here’s the gist of it in layman’s terms…

Ok!  Lookit, f00l!  Lookit!  Alright, alright!  It’s like this, right?

Those scientist fools, dawg?  They be like, using math logic and stuff to like, tell these tiny robots what to do, guey.  They’re super tiny, dawg, and there’s like, a lot of them, you know?  And, like, they gonna’ take like, data from when people would be playing games for free online, dawg?  You know?  For real, dawg!  And then they could use that for surgery and stuff, holmes!  You know, for to be more precise, guey.  Alright!  Despues, vato!

If you’re interested in playing these games, you can check them out at:


The original article from Science Daily can be found here:

Nanobot Swarm Control Article

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