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    19.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Is there an 'i' in robot?" published in Chris KP Read the whole article
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    16.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robots evolve to deceive one another" published in Richard Dawkins Read the whole article
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    15.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robots Learn To Lie" published in Technovelgy Read the whole article
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    14.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robots evolve to exploit inadvertent cues" published in IEEE Spectrum Online Read the whole article
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    12.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Neural Networks-Equipped Robots Evolve the Ability To Deceive" published in Slashdot Read the whole article
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    Innovation

    11.09.09 — Mediacom Pierre J. Magistretti, director of the Brain Mind Institute, has published an article in the magazine Science which came out today. Read the whole article
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    11.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robots 'Evolve' the Ability to Deceive" published in Technology Review Read the whole article
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    10.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robots evolve to deceive one another" published in Science Blogs Read the whole article
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    09.09.09 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Real-Life Decepticons: Robots Learn to Cheat" published in Wired Read the whole article
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    Education

    07.09.09 — Mediacom Within the last decade, the invention of optical frequency combs has revolutionized the field of spectroscopy and enabled measurements with previously unattainable precision. Read the whole article