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January 23, 2012

"Most drones fly relatively slowly, especially at lower altitudes where they might encounter obstacles and require plenty of time to react. Biologists at Harvard and roboticists at MIT have been studying flight behaviors in goshawks and other birds, aiming to improve algorithms that would allow unmanned aerial vehicles to cruise more quickly through forests, urban areas or other cluttered landscapes."

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