A newly built gripper robot can grasp all kinds of objects, ranging from very fine or thin items like sewing needles and acupuncture needles to large items like boxes.
For several years, scientists have attempted to build robotic hands that possess similar dexterity to human hands in the ways they can hold and control objects.
Festo brings the company's flying robotic dragonfly and swift to Boston on Saturday, October 1, to celebrate RoboBoston - the MassRobotics sponsored 5th annual Robot Block Party.
A group of roboticists, physicists, and biologists revealed that multi-legged animals and robots can walk more easily than previously believed. The research was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on September 5th, 2022.
Vietnam’s leading IT firm, FPT Software, has recently entered a strategic partnership with Silicon Valley AI and machine vision leader Landing AI.
Engineers at Northwestern University have created the tiniest-ever remote-regulated walking robot in the form of a miniature, attractive peekytoe crab.
It is difficult to get rid of the image of a massive metallic robot that communicates in monotone and keeps moving in lumbering, deliberate steps.
Recently, the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has bestowed the 2021 ACM Prize in Computing to Pieter Abbeel for his contributions to robot learning, including deep reinforcement learning for robotic control and learning from demonstrations.
Insects can squeeze through the smallest cracks, fit comfortably into constricted spaces, and survive in extreme environments. Basically, there are not many spaces that are out-of-bounds to an insect.
A team of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (MPI-IS) present a powerful soft haptic sensor called “Insight” that utilizes computer vision and a deep neural network to exactly approximate the place where objects come into contact with the sensor and the size of the applied forces.