A new study performed by West Virginia University mechanical and aerospace engineer Xi Yu could assist researchers in reaching ocean waters hidden away below ice shelves.
A group of computer scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, headed by Emery Berger, recently showed a prize-winning Python profiler known as Scalene.
Cellular solids are materials composed of many cells that have been packed together, such as a honeycomb.
According to the China People's Daily Online report, Shenzhen Han's Robot Co., Ltd. has independently developed and achieved large-scale production of the first intelligent maintenance robot for vehicle roofs in China.
A group of researchers and engineers from the SETI Institute, Impossible Sensing, NASA JPL, and other institutions will assess their ground-breaking robotic laser system on a deep-sea expedition aboard the E/V Nautilus.
Robotics scientists, materials scientists, and engineers from Rice University and Harvard University demonstrated that it is possible to build non-electronic, programmable circuits that regulate the soft robots’ actions by processing data programmed in bursts of compressed air.
Dematic is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with warehouse robotics provider, Dexterity, to offer full-task robotics as part of Dematic intelligent automation solutions. This marks the next step in a highly beneficial relationship in which Dematic will sell and deploy Dexterity robotics globally and facilitate Dexterity’s entry into the European market.
Holographic imaging was invented approximately 70 years ago, and this unique wave-front reconstruction technique has since been improved thanks to advancements in imaging sensors and CPU resources.
For years, attempts in game solving have been limited to two-player games (i.e., board games such as checkers, chess-like games, and much more), where the game result can be efficiently and precisely predicted using artificial intelligence (AI) search techniques and a large number of gameplay statistics.
Taking their inspiration from nature, researchers have designed a low-cost robotic arm that mimics the strength and flexibility of an elephant’s trunk.