Fish play video game at Princeton | Artificial G. Intelligence | Scoop.it
University researchers develop a "video game" to observe fish targeting their prey.

 

The team at Princeton University developed a simulation based on the type of prey favoured by the species. The simple "game" featured red dots which moved and swarmed in different ways against a translucent screen. They found that the fish were less likely to try to attack the dots when . . .


Via Sakis Koukouvis