Change of inspiration

By the 1970s, interest in artificial intelligence was waning. Research is expensive but results were not up to expectations. Computers just aren’t powerful enough for the calculations. 

But in the late 1980s, philosopher Daniel C. Dennett proposed a possible new direction for robotics. Rather than drawing inspiration from humans and mammals, he suggested imitating insects perfectly.


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