Cloud Ground Control, a world-leading innovator in AI and cloud robotics, is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Australia’s peak body for the robotics sector, Robotics Australia Group.
Inspiring partnership throughout disciplines and various areas of science and technology is often an enabler of considerable breakthroughs in research and innovation.
A new robotic gripping device has been developed by scientists at North Carolina State University.
BioMap, a company with an AI foundation model powered life science platform, today announces the official launch of the “Life Science Leaderboard” – a living resource for industry professionals and researchers to evaluate the performance of life science AI models.
A new underwater artificial intelligence bot that can identify actions that endanger the ecosystem of the ocean is being developed by scientists.
An automatic process for creating soft sensors has been developed by scientists at the Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence (MIRMI) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
Even though grasping objects is a comparatively simple task for us humans, there is a great deal of mechanics involved in this easy task.
Researchers from the Queen Mary University of London have achieved significant advances in the field of bionics with the invention of a new form of electric variable-stiffness artificial muscle with self-sensing capabilities, according to a study published recently in Advanced Intelligent Systems.
A team of human experts on Earth is on Mars rovers telling them what to do. However, robots available on lander missions to moons orbiting Saturn or Jupiter are beyond reach to receive early commands from Earth.
The majority of the robotic grippers are made utilizing either soft plastic to take objects without causing any harm to them—that melt at high temperatures or metals that are firm and expensive.