Humans Can Now Scold a Robot With Their MindsSamantha Cole | Vice MOTHERBOARD"Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), with Boston University, developed a feedback system for humans to mentally change a robot's actions by simply watching and wordlessly judging…the simplicity of MIT CSAIL's new research makes it more accessible to the public, no new language or mental training required."
Photos of the 11ft-Diameter Hyperloop Test Track Under Construction in NevadaMegan Geuss | Ars Technica"Hyperloop One demonstrated […] Continue Reading…
The Brain.fm team uses advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence to generate beautiful and limitless streams of music that are fine-tuned to assist you with whatever project or activity requires 100% of your attention.[Read more…]
Would your burger taste as delicious if it was made by a robot?
You’ll soon be able to find out at CaliBurger restaurants in the US and worldwide.
Cali Group partnered with Miso Robotics to develop Flippy the burger robot, which made its debut this week at the Pasadena, California CaliBurger.
Miso and Cali Group aren’t calling Flippy a mere robot, though; it’s a robotic kitchen assistant. And it’s not the first of its kind. San Francisco-based Momentum Machines has also been […] Continue Reading…
PAL Robotics hopes that within the next five years, TALOS will be working side by side with humans[Read more…]
For most people the phrase “medical robot” probably brings to mind the ground-breaking da Vinci surgical system that has revolutionized minimally-invasive surgery. Either that or the 2-1B droid from Star Wars: the Empire Strikes Back if you’re a sci-fi nerd.
But some of the most exciting progress in medical robotics is actually taking place at the micro and nano-scales. A recent review study in the journal Science Robotics highlights that materials and biomedical science have started to come together to […] Continue Reading…