Researchers at Ajou University in South Korea have built a miniature five-fingered robotic hand that uses electrified wires as sensors. This tiny robot is capable of handling snail eggs just 3 mm wide. It may one day be able to grasp objects as small as human eggs.
The comfort of remote consultations with healthcare professionals is offered by a platform called telehealth. This is of great help to patients who live far away from their physician’s office or who might feel hard to travel.
Developing a human-like artificial intelligence technology requires more aspects than simply reflecting human behavior. Such technology must be capable of processing information, or “thinking” similar to humans to have reliability.
Scientists from Estonia and Italy have collaborated to develop a unique technique by integrating neural networks and statistics. The “Out of Africa” scenario was refined using the new technique.
An international group of researchers has successfully applied AI technology to real-world retinal imagery to detect possible diseases more accurately and on a larger scale.
Imagine a team of autonomous drones equipped with advanced sensing equipment, searching for smoke as they fly high above the Sierra Nevada mountains. Once they spot a wildfire, these leader robots relay directions to a swarm of firefighting drones that speed to the site of the blaze.
A quick and precise reading of an X-ray or some other medical images can be crucial to a patient’s health and could even save a life. Hence, achieving such an evaluation relies on the availability of a skilled radiologist and, thus, a quick response is not always possible.
InOrbit, the leading provider of cloud-based robot operations software, today announced the launch of a Free Edition of the platform, allowing companies to manage an unlimited number of robots for free forever.
A recently designed machine vision system is capable of detecting damage such as defects and swelling caused by radiation on materials and components for nuclear reactors, in real-time.
In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has undergone massive growth. However, despite huge advances, there has been a continuous increase in the power needed to run AI algorithms.