If each "unique" perspective is the sum of all perspectives, then ALL perspectives are the same and none are unique. I understand what you mean, though, that each robot is the cause of a unique element of the overall perspective (I think that's what you mean?) but this is still a far cry from being objective. For example - how do you know that these robots are all sharing their observations / perspectives, and that they all each have the same - or that some of them aren't being fed information via a totally unrelated cause, or that they're even working? As I see it (subjectively), a shared subjectivity is not evidence of objectivity. And I'm not sure that it is a workable definition of "objective", either - argument from consensus and all that stuff. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!