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  • Brace yourself for smarter robots that don’t fall over (as easily)
    Easy does it there, pal. YouTubeResearchers tipped over their robot over 882,000 times to teach its neural network how to keep from tumbling. The post Brace yourself for smarter robots that don’t fall over (as easily) appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Andrew Paul
  • Armed police robots will be a threat to public safety. Here’s why.
    A robot used for explosive ordnance disposal is seen in Qatar in 2017. US Air Force / Amy M. LovgrenA recent vote in San Francisco allows police robots to use lethal force, such as with explosives. The post Armed police robots will be a threat to public safety. Here’s why....
    Source: Popular Science by Kelsey D. Atherton
  • Smoodi closes $5M to expand reach for its robotic smart blender
    Co-founders Pascal Kriesche and Morgan Abraham call smoodi, which came out of Harvard Innovation Labs, a “healthy smoothie store-in-a-box.” Smoodi closes $5M to expand reach for its robotic smart blender by Christine Hall originally published on TechCrunch...
    Source: TechCrunch by Christine Hall
  • Machines, Vol. 10, Pages 1156: Design and Characterization of a Mckibben Pneumat...
    The McKibben muscle types are pneumatic actuators known to be intrinsically safe for their high power-to-weight ratio. For these reasons, they are suitable for robotic, biomechanical, and medical applications. In these application fields and, above all, in collaborative robotics, where safety must be ensured for human–robot interactions, the values of...
    Source: MDPI by Michele Gabrio Antonelli
  • Google's Code-as-Policies Lets Robots Write Their Own Code
    Researchers from Google's Robotics team have open-sourced Code-as-Policies (CaP), a robot control method that uses a large language model (LLM) to generate robot-control code that achieves a user-specified goal. CaP uses a hierarchical prompting technique for code generation that outperforms previous methods on the HumanEval code-generation benchmark. By Anthony Alford...
    Source: InfoQ by Anthony Alford
  • Fully rubbery Schottky diode and integrated devices | Science Advances
    A stretchable Schottky diode and its integrated system are developed entirely based on soft stretchy materials....
    Source: Science - Advances
  • Sheet Metal Hemming
    Hemming is a common metalworking process mainly carried out to reinforce an edge, hide burrs or just improve the overall appearance of sheet metal parts. When hemming is carried out […] The post Sheet Metal Hemming appeared first on Fractory....
    Source: Fractory.com by Siim Sild
  • As COP27 Comes to a Close, Agriculture Initiatives Are Top Priority
    The governments of 42 nations have pledged $8 billion to help farmers reduce emissions and adapt to climate change, doubling their original financial investment from last year. That’s just one of the promises to come out of COP27, or the annual Conference of the Parties summit of the United Nations...
    Source: Modern Farmer by Shea Swenson
  • How Dutchie raised half a billion for cannabis tech on TechCrunch Live
    Ross Lipson co-founded Dutchie in 2017 and has since led the company to a multibillion-dollar valuation on top of raising $600 million. Now, in 2022, Dutchie is expanding its offering, and is quickly becoming the market leader with its dispensary management platform. And Casa Verde Capital investor Karan Wadhera has...
    Source: TechCrunch by Matt Burns
  • How do blue whales find food? They check the weather.
    Blue whales follow wind-driven upwelling to find rich patches of food. Goldbogen Lab/Duke Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing Lab (NMFS Permit 16111)Scientists tracked whale sounds to discover one of their krill-hunting tricks. The post How do blue whales find food? They check the weather. appeared first on Popular Science....
    Source: Popular Science by Laura Baisas
  • DASA funded competition winners get to grips with telexistence technology
    The UK government’s DASA (Defence and Security Accelerator) has awarded £1.3 million in funding for four “telexistence” innovations as part of a competition for commercial proposals. Entrants, in collaboration with Dstl and NDA, were asked to create a platform using Telepresence, Robotics and Haptics together. The three winners (actually four...
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Alun Williams
  • Elon Musk’s Half-Baked Robot Is a Clunky First Step
    Tesla’s Optimus robot did not dazzle robotics experts and can’t yet walk. But if the project delivers, it could give the company an edge in manufacturing....
    Source: Wired Magazine by Will Knight
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