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Robots that learn independently

Berlin-based scientists are trying to find out how robots might be able to learn and pass on their knowledge.

They're testing their theories on Myon, a humanoid robot they've designed to develop independently the ability to move like a human. They want it to react to its surroundings using the same mechanisms humans do: to be naturally intelligent. Tomorrow Today reports on a team of scientists who ultimately want to find out how intelligence arises in humans.

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