In this video, Kaleido exhibits its rescue capabilities.
Last week, Google or Alphabet or X or whatever you want to call it announced that its Everyday Robots team has grown enough and made enough progress that it's time for it to become its own thing, now called, you guessed it, "Everyday Robots." There's a new website of questionable design along with a lot of fluffy descriptions of what Everyday Robots is all about. But fortunately, there are also some new videos and enough details about the engineering […] Continue Reading…
Source: Shutterstock UPS drivers almost never turn left and you probably shouldn’t either. And that’s not because their CEO is superstitious. With the help of artificial intelligence, they’ve calculated that turning left costs their company 10 million gallons of fuel more and 20,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide more compared to going right or straight. Today, …
A Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) spin-off, Inrobics Social Robotics, S.L.L., has developed a robotic device that provides an innovative motor and cognitive rehabilitation service that can be used at health centers as well as at home. Inrobics was created using research results from the University's Department of Computer Science and Engineering.[Read more…]