Science fiction films like A.I. and I, Robot portray a world entwined with artificial intelligence (AI). However, what we don't see on the big screen is how this technology could work in the real world. A joint partnership involving researchers from Cornell University has started to create a giant repository of knowledge...
Continue Reading »
What do the actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alan Tudyk and Ben Burtt all have in common? They all play the role of a robot in a future where robotics have become so advanced that they have replaced, if not taken over, the majority of human activities.
Researchers from MIT have developed a breakthrough robotic technology called M-Blocks; autonomous modular cubes that can change shape based upon the function it wishes to perform.
The field of robotics has grown rapidly over the years, creeping into disciplines such as medicine, academics and forensics. The field of education has greatly benefited from advancements in robotics.
Traditionally, one of the most challenging areas of robotics has been the ability to successfully emulate human behaviour. Now, products like the 'Dextrus' hand from the Open Hand Project may mean low cost, intuitive robotic hands are within reach.
Dr. Chris Rogers, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University talks to AZoRobotics about the application of LEGO-based Robotics in Higher Education.
Matthew Rendall, CEO at Clearpath Robotics talks to AZoRobotics about automated robots for the land mining industry.
Adam Ellison and Daniel Pizzata, Founders of Modbot talk to AZoRobotics about robot development software.
Khurshid Guru, MD Thenkurussi Kesavadas, PhD, talk to AZoRobotics about a new curriculum for simulation-based robotic surgery.
Antonio Espingarderio, PhD student at the University of Salford talks to AZoRobotics about the P37 S65 Elderly Care Robots.
AZoRobotics.com provides this information service in accordance
with these terms and conditions.