CARL-Bot will navigate the oceans and help discover new marine species
Thanks to its artificial intelligence, and being autonomous, it can move freely throughout the depth of the ocean
CARL-Bot looks more like a pill than a complex robot with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
CARL-Bot , the device that a group of researchers from Caltech, ETH Zurich and Harvard is working on, promises to revolutionize the study of the oceans.
CAR-Bot equipped with artificial intelligence, is autonomous and can move freely through ocean currents. Not like a beacon would, drifting, but monitoring water conditions and taking advantage of reinforcement learning
They are drones trained to make decisions about how to move by themselves, and it fundamentally depends on the data it captures with a gyroscope and an accelerometer.
In addition, CARL-bot can move with vertical movements or learn to stay at a certain depth with various currents.