TPO 27 - Question 4
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Swarm intelligence is a group behavior that does more complex things than does the individual behavior. The professor uses ants as an example. In the example, the ants are moving on the tree branch to find food. When they reach the end of the branch, they find out that the food is on another branch. And there is a space between the two branches. Then, an ant will go and uses its legs to hold on the end of the branch and stretches its body forward into the space. Then, another ant will hold on the end of the first ant and also stretches its body into the space. Then one after another, other ants do the same thing to form a bridge to connect the two branches. So the rest of the ants can cross the space to reach the food source.