The human brain can process multiple types of input simultaneously, such as sight, sound, smell, and touch. On the other hand, most artificial intelligence (AI) may come a long way, but much still needs to be done to make them truly intelligent.

Robots tend to follow more straightforward sensory input, but a team of researchers has utilized the biological concept for AI application in developing the first artificial, multi-sensory integrated neuron.

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