Robots Designed to Show How Dinosaurs Moved

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: March 13, 2003   View Article

If Peter Dilworth gets his way, museum dinosaur exhibits may soon whir and hum into action—and capture the fascination of a whole new generation of scientists as lifelike robots stand up and walk around like the ancient creatures did millions of years ago.

Dilworth, a former research scientist in the Artificial Intelligence Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, currently runs Dinosaur Robots, Inc. in Boston. His aim is to make lifelike dinobots.

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