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From T-cells to Robotic Sniffer Dogs

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There are many areas of bio-inspired computing, where inspiration is taken from a biological system and ‘magically’ transplanted into some engineered system. In this talk, I will explore thoughts on a slightly more principled approach to bio-inspired system development, that hopefully does not include any magic, and discuss in the context of immune-inspired systems, some of the potential and pitfalls of using biological systems as inspiration. To help ground the talk, we will explore a case study from our recent work with DSTL in the development of an immune-inspired robotic sniffer dog detection system, inspired by a signalling mechanism in T-cells that are present in the immune system.

This talk is part of the Artificial Intelligence and Natural Computation seminars series.

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