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Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers. We’ll also be posting a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months; here's what we have so far (send us your events!):
CLAWAR 2020 – August 24-26, 2020 – [Virtual Conference]
ICUAS 2020 – September 1-4, 2020 – Athens, Greece
ICRES 2020 – September 28-29, 2020 – Taipei, Taiwan
IROS 2020 – October 25-29, 2020 – Las Vegas, Nevada
ICSR 2020 – November 14-16, 2020 – Golden, Colorado
Let us know if you have suggestions for next week, and enjoy today's videos.
The Aigency, which created the FitBot launch video below, is “the world’s first talent management resource for robotic personalities.”
The folks at Aigency have put together a compilation reel of clips they’ve put on TikTok, which is nice of them, because some of us don’t know how to TikTok because we’re old and boring.
Do googly eyes violate the terms and conditions?
[ Aigency ]
Shane Wighton of the “Stuff Made Here” YouTube channel, who you might remember from that robotic basketball hoop, has a new invention: A haircut robot. This is not the the first barber bot, but previous designs typically used hair clippers. Shane wanted his robot to use scissors. Hilarious and terrifying at once.
[ Stuff Made Here ]
[ Georgia Tech ]
[ JPL ]
[ MIT ]
[ CMU ]
[ Wonder Workshop ]
[ NASA ]
To be presented at IROS this year, “the first on robot collision detection system using low cost microphones.”
[ Rutgers ]
[ UCSD ]
Just in case you need some extra home entertainment, and you’d like cleaner floors at the same time.
[ iRobot ]
Sure, toss it from a drone. Or from orbit. Whatever, it’s squishy!
[ Squishy Robotics ]
The [virtual] RSS conference this week featured an excellent lineup of speakers and panels, and the best part about it being virtual is that you can watch them all at your leisure! Here’s what’s been posted so far:
[ RSS 2020 ]
[ UMD ]
In this episode of the AI Podcast, Lex interviews Sergey Levine.
[ AI Podcast ]
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