Researchers have created open-source touch-sensing “skin” employed to help robots feel layers of cloth instead of depending on vision sensors to perceive them.
Wearing a mask can help stop the spread of viruses like SARS-CoV-2, but how well it fits will determine how successful it is.
In the near future, autonomous robots will roam the streets and buildings of The University of Texas at Austin campus (UT Austin). But, in contrast to commercial delivery services, this convoy of robots will help scientists comprehend and enhance the pedestrians’ experience whenever they meet them.
Gausium, a leading solutions provider of autonomous cleaning and service robots, teams with SoftBank Robotics, a global leader in the commercialization of robotic technologies, to showcase their newest collaborative line of autonomous service robots in Tokyo!
Deep neural networks, a subset of the wider machine learning family, are becoming more effective in real-world applications such as automated face recognition and self-driving cars.
A framework for developing algorithms that more successfully incorporate moral principles into artificial intelligence (AI) decision-making programs has been devised by an interdisciplinary team of researchers.
Neato Robotics, the Silicon Valley based consumer robotics company, today announces its "Customize Your Clean" initiative including the global launch of Neato Fragrance Pods and filters for the Neato D-Series intelligent robot vacuums.
A group of scientists at Kyoto University in Japan are attempting to teach a robot to laugh by engineering an artificial intelligence (AI) that takes in signals via a shared laughter platform.
Alba Robot S.r.l., a Turin, Italy based company and leader in the autonomous micromobility revo-lution, and Great Product, a venture development firm that stages Italian and European companies for successful funding and commercialization in the United States, announced a Joint Venture, "Enjourney, Inc" focused on commercializing innovative mobility solutions in the North-American market.
Recently, AIRWHEEL announces its new generation intelligent robot H3TS+, which provides the world's growing number of elderly people and disabled people with intelligent nursing systems built with cutting-edge technology. Hopefully to help them freely control their own lives like ordinary people.