Explained: How a team of Japanese scientists invented “human living skin” for robots that heals itself
A team of Japanese scientists have developed artificial skin that behaves just like living human skin. It can repel water and “heal” or repair itself when wounded. Seems like the days of the Terminator finally becoming a reality isn’t that far off.
The specially designed robots are operated remotely by people who are restricted to their homes due to various reasons including childcare and physical disabilities
The tech is still new, but it could be used to build "plant-based robots" that handle fragile objects when rigid, robotic arms can't.
At the event, Samsung showcased a number of products from AI robots, AIoT home devices, to solutions for a sustainable future.
Erobotics is the emerging transdisciplinary research studying human-erobots interactions and related phenomena.
Irom Roshan could not graduate due to financial constraint and worked for nearly two years to develop the robot.
The concept of embodied intelligence describes a system of materials that are interconnected, like tendons in the knee.
We should celebrate when machines execute and take over dull, repetitive jobs, Toby Walsh says. In this conversation, he speaks about the inherent biases in algorithms, holding tech companies accountable and how the fear about losing jobs to machines is misplaced
Robots will be able to undertake delicate missions like sampling coral reefs because they can function for longer stretches of time.
Facebook's new AI will help robots teach themselves through trial and error and will have human-like curiosity.
USA and China are already making headways in this field and South Korea wants a piece of the pie.
While you might not come in contact with robots every day, they play background roles in many fields.
Pepper, a “receptionist” robot can hold a conversation and also dance with customers.
An old fossil skeleton and preserved ancient footprints were used to create a moving robot model.
Most home robot ventures have failed, in part because they’re so difficult and expensive to design.
Robots will soon be delivering babies by carrying out C-sections as well as other surgeries.
The humans operating the robots may have conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis .
A Japanese car company ordered a mask of a sleeping face to improve its facial recognition technology to detect if a driver had dozed off
ABB’s robotics campus, due by the end of 2020 will produce robots for China, and elsewhere in Asia.