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2021 IEEE 4th International Conference on Soft Robotics (RoboSoft)
Artificial cilia are a prominent example of physical intelligence. Their mechanical properties are often designed so to achieve desired motions in response to very simple actuation patterns. Yet, variability in the mechanical properties are inherent in these systems. This may critically disrupt the input-output relation, resulting in a final behavior completely different from the desired one. In this Communication we investigate the possibility of designing a robotic brain that helps the ciliumdoi:10.1109/robosoft51838.2021.9479348 fatcat:hvdqrjhsmzb73am23c7ezet2by