Robots and Prosthetics Can Now Have Human Skin?

Asynchronous Coded Electronic Skin (ACES) is an artificial nervous system. It is the brainchild of a researchers from the National University of Singapore. ACES is likely to offer prosthetic devices and robots a sense of touch even better or equivalent to the feel of human skin. This new invention is characterized with robustness to damage and […]

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Robots to Work in Sync with Humans

Collaborative robots, popularly known as Cobots are working with humans on production floor since many years now. However, robots that are capable of lifting heavy industrial weights pose a huge threat to humans. These robots are now put behind the fences so that they stay away from human workers. Today, in the US alone, for […]

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Robots can Pluck 25,000 Berries in 8 hours

In a first, robots will be seen plucking berries for farm owners. Currently, farm owners are able to pluck 15,000 raspberries in eight hours, and scientists claim that robots can pluck 25,000 in the same time. The robots will pluck fruits using its gripping arms and put them into a punnet. This entire process is […]

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Robots to Home Deliver Packages

Automotive giant Ford will introduce two-legged robots to deliver packages at your door step. Ford is tying up with a robotic company to bring in self-driving robot that will deliver the package at your door step. ‘Digit’ is the name coined for this robot. This is manufactured by a company called “Agility Robotics.” How Digit […]

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Hyperdimensional Computing Theory to Create Memory Cells in Robots

Robotic process automation has penetrated into many industries worldwide through promising efficiency and accuracy in multiple operations. However, controversies arise once these robots fail in memorizing things, unlike human beings. Now, the question is – can a helping robot behave like humans in critical situations? Researchers from the University of Maryland have introduced a unique […]

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Robots May Soon Start Building Clay Castles for Industries

MIT researchers developed a learning system recently. The system enhances the ability of robots to understand and handle more solid and liquid shapes. Researchers expect the new learning system to open up various industrial application. The new robots also promise more fun activities like clay shaping and rolling rice for sushi. The scientists used robotic […]

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