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Researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and National Oceanography Centre have recently used behavior trees (BTs) to design modular, versatile, and robust control architectures for critical missions.
Anyone who’s been up close and personal with an industrial robot will tell you that these machines have an uncanny, almost unsettling presence. Rationally you know that they’re programmed automatons.
In the future, robots could play a key role in healthcare settings, easing the lives of the elderly and assisting vulnerable individuals. Researchers at Imperial College London have recently created Robot DE NIRO.
With the launch of Furhat, one can see a flip side of the pundit-nervousness over an evil empire of smart space kiddies, pups and muscle-bound guardians turning on us, no mercy included .
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A team of researchers at the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut, and the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems have recently proposed a case-supported, principle-based behavior paradigm.
Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers.
Researchers at Cornell University and the University of California, Berkeley, have developed an a method to automatically generate motions with which robots can express their inability to complete a given task.
When you’ve got a hammer, everything looks like a nail, but the world starts to look more interesting if your hammer can change shape.
The modular SOMIC-FLEXX III combines the ability to pack primary packages in a flat, nested position or a standing display orientation. It uses single and multi-component packaging.
Schools have been removing bathroom doors, posting bathroom monitors, and even closing bathrooms in their struggles to handle the surging popularity of vaping among middle school and high school students.
The AI humanoid, 'Sophia' (see above), has been making a worldwide tour on behalf of her creator, Hanson Robotics of Hong Kong, and made an unexpected stop to the Caucasus this week.