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January 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd is to put its claimed breakthrough in neurocomputer technology (CI No 838) through its paces as soon as this May, when the company plans to show off a line of thinking robots playing schoolyard games like he: according to Fujitsu’s President Yamamoto, the company has programmed a whole gang of robots to chase and try to grab another robot which is programmed to try to escape; the chasing robots are also programmed to cooperate with each other to corner the fugitive robot in what Fujitsu claims is a major advance in machine intelligence; the professor claims the robots will learn and that each will develop its own personality.

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