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Solving a Rubik’s Cube with a dexterous hand

Credit: Li et al. In recent years, a growing number of researchers have explored the use of robotic arms or…

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The future is more human than you think

Creating a future that is bright for all requires more humanity rather than less. Especially in the case of robots….

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Versatile, portable exosuit assists with both walking and running

The team’s portable exosuit is made of textile components worn at the waist and thighs, and a mobile actuation system…

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Engineers show off Astro the robot dog

Using deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI), FAU scientists are bringing to life one of about a handful of these…

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An evolutionary robotics approach for robot swarm cooperation

One of the three considered learning environments, namely locomotion. In locomotion, agents learn how to navigate in the environment avoiding…

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Drones sensing by a whisker

Credit: University of Queensland A University of Queensland engineer has followed nature’s example and developed whiskers for drones and robots,…

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A miniature stretchable pump for the next generation of soft robots

The pump bending. Credit: © Vito Cacucciolo / 2019 EPFL Soft robots have a distinct advantage over their rigid forebears:…

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Monitoring human physiological responses to improve interactions with robots

A system diagram for the conceptual framework for a Human Robot Collaboration as System of Systems that highlights the 3…

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Japan temple puts faith in robot priest

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‘MacGyver’-like robot can build own tools by assessing form, function of supplies

Credit: Georgia Institute of Technology Thanks to new technology that enables them to create simple tools, robots may be on…

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