Noumena’s Robotic Habitats with 3D printed robots explores the evolution of artificial intelligence

Noumena's Robotic Habitats with 3D printed robots explores the evolution of artificial intelligence

Noumena , an innovative Barcelona-based group of engineers, designers, and architects, is investigating how artificial intelligence and robots might evolve and survive in our world through a recent (partially 3D printed) installation called “Robotic Habitats.” The exhibition, which is currently being presented as part of the 2017 Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB) in Estonia, illuminates a future reality where humans and AI forms cohabit and thrive. In this scenario, AI robots have evolved in order to survive without competing with resources necessary to human existence. These self-sustaining bots look an awful lot like insects. “AI will attempt to improve its […]

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