Machine learning, automated vehicles, additive manufacturing and robotics—all popular news headlines, and all technologies that are changing the way the US and the world makes, ships and consumes goods. New technologies are developing at an exponentially increasing pace, and organizations are scrambling to stay ahead of them.
At the center of this change lie the companies creating the products of tomorrow.
Whether it’s self-driving commercial trucks or 3D-printed rocket engines, the opportunities for financial success and human progress are greater than […] Continue Reading…
Technology has long been considered a resource-liberating mechanism, granting us better access to resources like information, food and energy. Yet what is often overlooked is the revolutionary impact technology can have on our ability to create art.
Many artists are reacting to a world of accelerating change and rapid digitization through their work. Emerging artistic mediums like 3D printing, virtual reality and artificial intelligence are providing artists with unprecedented forms of self-expression. Many are also embracing the rise of intelligent […] Continue Reading…
Twendy-One, a project of Waseda University in Tokyo, is an updated humanoid robot that is very skillful in physical hand movements and able to pick up almost any object.
The article below is by our reader Kyle Stuart, where he introduces his work:
The worlds only optical artificial intelligence system
The visual processing system is an artificial intelligence system which operates in a very similar way to the human eye and brain.
Like the human eye and brain the VPS consists of two key parts, the image sensor, and the image processing unit (IPU), then the machine outputs, whatever they might be, which can be referred to as the human body […] Continue Reading…
Robots Learning To Pick Things Up As Babies Do
Carnegie Mellon Unleashing Lots of Robots to Push, Poke, Grab Objects
Babies learn about their world by pushing and poking objects, putting them in their mouths and throwing them. Carnegie Mellon University scientists are taking a similar approach to teach robots how to recognize and grasp objects around them.
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