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Learning in simulation no longer takes human expertise to make it useful in the real world
Repeated headbutting helps little legged robots right themselves
Tiny spikes allow this robot to climb its way up steep slopes and grip onto rough surfaces
E-commerce companies and food-delivery platforms are globally believed to be among the first adopters of drone-based delivery.
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A Chinese company called Innfos is introducing a “high-performance humanoid robot.” We know almost nothing about it, except that it features “highly integrated smart compliant actuators.”
We’re used to seeing bipedal robots keep their balance by continuously stepping in place, but not that many are competent enough to learn how to balance, walk, and go back to balancing again, like humans do, let alone climb stairs
The lightweight carbon fiber arm has three fingers and six degrees of freedom
This whisker sensing system can detect air pressure from objects even before they make physical contact...
Amazon is finally starting to address some of the actual challenges with drone delivery, making us slightly less skeptical
Drones take a cue from wasps to manipulate objects 40 times their own mass
Digit gets some outdoor exercise, testing battery and motor endurance.
Amazon kicked off its first re:MARS conference with some ringers last night, bringing out Robert Downey Jr., Boston Dynamics’ Marc Raibert and Disney Research’s Morgan Pope and Tony Dohl during the opening keynote.
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