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Autonomous mobile robots still have deficiencies to cope with unknown and changing environments, while living creatures ranging from insects to human beings solve this with their adaptability and the ability to abstract. A deciding factor is not the reasoning performance of autonomous agents, which is obviously suffcient when comparing the processing power of a highly developed mobile robot to e.g. an insect, but they (often) lack a capability comparable to instinct or intuition.
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