A well-established fact in biology is that the environmental condi-tions have a paramount impact on the evolved life forms. In thispaper we investigate this in an evolutionary robot system wheremorphologies and controllers evolve together. We evolve robotsfor two tasks independently and simultaneously and compare theoutcomes. The results show that the robots evolved for multipletasks simultaneously developed new morphologies that were notpresent in the robots evolved for single tasks independently.
Supplementary Material to the “The Impact of Different Tasks on Evolved Robot Morphologies” poster published at the GECCO 2021 conference