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These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion

Jellyfish* are serious business. If you get enough of them in one place, bad things happen. And we're not just talking about some mildly annoying stings, but all-out nuclear war. Obviously, we have to fight back. With ROBOTS. In South Korea, jellyfish are threatening marine ecosystems and are responsible for about US $300 million in damage and losses to fisheries, seaside power plants, and other ocean infrastructure. The problem is that you don't just get a few jellyfish. I mean, a few jellyfish would be kind of cute. The problem is that you get thousands of them. Or hundreds of thousands. Or millions, all at once, literally jellying up

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01 Oct
33rdsquare @33rdsquare
These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion... http://t.co/7mbogI8qWd
01 Oct
Automaton Feed @AutomatonFeed
These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion http://t.co/B5M6z6kT97
01 Oct
Automaton @AutomatonBlog
These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion - IEEE Spectrum http://t.co/ooIyCIUIxC via @IEEESpectrum
01 Oct
robots_forever @robots_forever
These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion http://t.co/NkUOMNqTM6
01 Oct
IEEE Spectrum @IEEESpectrum
These Robots Will Stop the Jellyfish Invasion: South Korea is testing robots designed to destroy jellyfish http://t.co/R7b3XXtWUX