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A robotic bartender called Yanu will soon be fixing thousands of drinks at some major European airports. The AI-powered bar unit will be fully autonomous and capable of making 100-150 drinks per hour.
India’s first underwater robotic drone developed at Maker Village here, which can send real-time video of ships and other underwater structures to help with their repair and maintenance, was launched on Friday.
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Washington, Sep 14 (IANS) Dutch engineers have developed a novel insect-inspired flying-wing robot, whose exceptional flight qualities can open up new drone applications.
A novel insect-inspired flying robot, developed by TU Delft researchers from the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab), is presented in Science (14 September 2018).
The Institute of Neuroinformatics' "Sensors Group"at the ETH Zurich has used a brain-inspired neural network and camera to develop "Dextra - a robotic hand" which essentially reads your mind anticipating your hand gestures to defeat you in the rock-paper-scissors game.
There's a lot of hype around the release of Sony's latest robotic dog. It's called Aibo, and is promoted as using artificial intelligence to respond to people looking at it, talking to it and touching it.
In-hand manipulation is one of the things near the top of a very, very, verylong list of things that humans do without thinking that are extraordinarily difficult for robots.
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Insects are quite good at not running into things, and just as good at running into things and surviving, but targeted, accurate precision flight is much more difficult for them.
Last week, I sat down with Intel’s Gadi Singer, vice president and general manager of artificial intelligence architecture, and Chris Rice, head of AI talent acquisition, to talk about AI workforce issues. Here’s what they had to say.
Earlier this year, XPRIZE announced a new challenge: a four-year global competition to “develop real life avatars,” with a US $10 million prize sponsored by All Nippon Airways (ANA).