Towards mixed societies of chickens and robots

@article{Gribovskiy2010TowardsMS,
  title={Towards mixed societies of chickens and robots},
  author={Alexey Gribovskiy and Jos{\'e} Halloy and Jean-Louis Deneubourg and Hannes Bleuler and Francesco Mondada},
  journal={2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2010},
  pages={4722-4728}
}
To design, to study, and to control mixed animals-robots societies is a challenging field of scientific exploration that can bring new frameworks to study individual and collective behaviors in animal and mixed robot-animal societies. In the Chicken Robot project we aim at developing a mobile robot, able to collaborate with a group of chicks and to control certain group behaviors. The first research step is to build formal models of relevant animal behaviors by performing ethological… CONTINUE READING
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