A world wide web that was specially created for robots to learn from each other and share data, is now being shown off for the first time. Also Read - Hackers can remotely control robots left unsecured on internet: Study
Researchers behind RoboEarth would be putting it to test at Eindhoven University in a mocked-up hospital room, the BBC reported.
Four robots are going to be using the system to finish a series of tasks, which includes serving drinks to patients. It is the culmination of a four-year project, funded by the European Union.
The eventual aim of the project is that both robots and humans should be able to upload data to the cloud-based database that is going to act as a kind of common brain for machines.
The system has been developed by research scientists from Philips and five European universities including Eindhoven.