Learning from Nature: Applications of Biomimicry in Technology

  title={Learning from Nature: Applications of Biomimicry in Technology},
  author={Amogh Kulkarni and C. Saraf},
  journal={2019 IEEE Pune Section International Conference (PuneCon)},
  • Amogh Kulkarni, C. Saraf
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • 2019 IEEE Pune Section International Conference (PuneCon)
Many of the advancements made in the field of computers and robotics have been made possible due to an inspiration from nature. Observing the way insects behave gave us swarm algorithms, observing structure of neurons gave us Artificial Neural Networks etc. Biomimicry has been practiced since ancient times, and we are still learning from nature, whether in the field of robotics and smart systems, or in algorithms and networks. However, many of these Biomimetic applications are not directly… Expand


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