A.I. in Healthcare, Robotic Skin and a Real-Life Example of Industry 4.0 - TWIE 27
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Varram, a Smart Robot for Your Pets
Robot is developed to keep pets active and entertained while the user is away.
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Spray-On Antennas and Skin Could Transform IoT and Robotics for Manufacturing
Two new technological developments could lead to vastly increased connectivity and productivity in f...
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Robotic Avatars Could Perform Dangerous Space Missions
Japanese space agency and airline company team up to offer $10 million to whoever builds a working a...
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More than Scratching the Surface to Improve Auto Coatings
New tests will help auto manufacturers make future coating materials more scratch resistant and resi...
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Train Your Dogs with DREDR, the Robotic Snake
Company has developed a robot that mimics snakes, sprays dogs to train behavior.
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Satellite Uses Net to Clean Up Space Junk
Spacecraft deploys net to capture an item in orbit—the first of four space debris removal technology...
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How a Tiny Curiosity Motor Identified a Massive Martian Dust Storm
The biggest dust storm since 2007 forced Opportunity to shut down science operations in June.
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DelFly Nimble Mimics the Complex Flying Abilities of Fruit Flies
Delft University team develops fruit fly-inspired programmable and autonomous robot that mimics rapi...
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3D-Printed Tracheal Splints May Revolutionize Pediatric Care
Thanks to biomedical engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, doctors at Children’s Healthc...
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Turn Any Object into a Robot with “Robotic Skin”
What if you could add robotic components to a regular, everyday object and turn it into a robot?
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Mild-Mannered Robot Studies Pedestrian Behavior
Friendly-looking robot is using machine learning algorithms to learn how to move easily among humans...
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OpenMC Cam H7 Designed for Real-Time, Low-Power
Upgraded camera system wants to be the 'Arduino of Machine Vision'.
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Solar Powered Drones, Hypersonic Weapons and a Look Back on IMTS 2018 - TWIE 26
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New Space Robots Could Fix—or Break—Satellites
The technologies that could repair and refuel satellites could also be used to disrupt or destroy th...
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Nanotech Breakthrough Uses Laser Light to Control Nanomotors
University of Texas engineers develop first method for switching the mechanical motion of nanomotors...
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Soft Exosuit Helps Soldiers and Rescue Workers Traverse Difficult Terrain
Fully wearable soft exosuit saves energy when walking and provides mobility to the mobility-impaired...
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“Robat” Navigates Through Unique Environments Using Bat Echolocation
A Tel Aviv University researcher developed a robot that self-navigates by using bat-like sonar.
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A Healthy Future for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
AI can transform healthcare services and revolutionize medical diagnostics, treatment and research.
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New Augmented Reality Platform Could Help Save Lives in Combat and Other Crisis Areas
This headset connects medics in remote areas with highly experienced medical leaders worldwide to pr...
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