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China’s Jueying Quadruped Robot, and More

11 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

A new version of the four-legged “Jueying” robot was released on 4 December. The new “Jueying” robot, a small-size quadruped robot that can handle 20-kilogram objects, is capable of running and climbing stairs.

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Read More  : Spectrum.ieee

Penny-Sized Ionocraft Flies With No Moving Parts

11 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

A drone powered by electrohydrodynamic thrust is the smallest flying robot ever made.

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Read More : Spectrum.ieee

Remotely Operated Home Robot Can Do Your Laundry

10 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

In Japan, you'll be able to rent a home robot that someone else occasionally inhabits to fold your clothes

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Meet Blue, the low-cost, human-friendly robot designed for AI

10 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

Blue's creators hope the new robot will accelerate the development of robotics for the home

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Read More : Sciencedaily

From the Segregated South to Bell Labs to the AI Frontier

From the Segregated South to Bell Labs to the AI Frontier

09 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

The invention that made James E. West famous came out of his conviction that he could make things better.

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For Micro Robot Insects, Four Wings May Be Better Than Two

09 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

In 2013, some folks from Rob Wood’s lab at Harvard, including then-postdoc Sawyer Buckminster Fuller, published a paper in Science introducing a (mostly) controllable version RoboBee, an insect-size flying robot that could lift itself, hover, and move around a bit using two flapping wings. 

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Package Delivery by Robot, and More

08 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

The yearly Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV, is the world’s biggest gathering for business of consumer technologies.

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Robot Attempts to Navigate As Well As a Tiny Desert Ant

Robot Attempts to Navigate As Well As a Tiny Desert Ant

08 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

Insects in general are unfailingly impressive with how intelligent and capable they are, with an absolute minimum of sensing and computing power. Where things start to get really interesting is when insects have to get clever in order to manage particularly challenging environments.

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AI robots could assist soldiers in future

AI robots could assist soldiers in future

08 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

Scientists in the US looked at soldier brain activity during specific tasks for ways to incorporate AI teaming to dynamically complete tasks and help assist them in the battlefield.

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Read More : Indianexpress

Toyota's Basketball Robot, and More

06 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

How many robots does it take to shoot a basketball?

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A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk

A robotic leg, born without prior knowledge, learns to walk

06 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

New AI algorithms could allow robots to learn to move by themselves, imitating animals

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Read More : Sciencedaily

Robotic Gecko Gripper, and More

05 Apr, 2019 - By ADMIN

The Gecko Gripper uses the same adhesive system for gripping as the feet of a gecko, with millions of fine fibers that adhere to the surface of the workpiece and generate strong van der Waals forces.

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Read More : Spectrum.ieee

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