Neuro-evolutionary robotics is considered to be an impressive method to achieve the collective behaviors of swarms of robots. Several studies have investigated this area and various methods and concepts have been suggested but there have been very few empirical evaluations and comparative analyses.
A socially intelligent robot is lending a helping hand to pupils at a special needs school in Somerset, England, as part of a project led by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) researchers.
A small study has discovered that people who were touched by a humanoid robot while talking with it later reported an improved emotional state and more probably comply with a request from the robot.
Artificial intelligence, AI for short, is subject of imagination, films, and stories, but it also is reality. Superhuman capacity of AI is obvious in games as well as in image and language processing, in autonomous driving, in digital language assistants, and chatbots.
What would the world look like if socially-skilled robots stepped into the roles normally reserved for humans?
Androids, or robots with humanlike features, are often more appealing to people than those that resemble machines -- but only up to a certain point.
An innovative robotic joint was granted a new patent by the German Patent Office on July 23rd, 2020.
A new study focused on the interactions between children and robots was performed at the Norwegian research fair held in all major cities.
Present-day robots are made for the purpose of repeating several tasks thousands of times. To make robots more widely applicable, future robots need to be able to do thousands of tasks just a few times.
Researchers have recognized that medicated chewing gum is a novel, sophisticated drug delivery approach. However, at present, there is no gold standard for in vitro testing of drug release from chewing gum.