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  • Robot 'chef' learns to recreate recipes from watching food videos June 5, 2023
    Researchers have trained a robotic 'chef' to watch and learn from cooking videos, and recreate the dish itself.
  • New method improves efficiency of 'vision transformer' AI systems June 1, 2023
    Vision transformers (ViTs) are powerful artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that can identify or categorize objects in images -- however, there are significant challenges related to both computing power requirements and decision-making transparency. Researchers have now developed a new methodology that addresses both challenges, while also improving the ViT's ability to identify, classify and segment objects […]
  • Robot centipedes go for a walk May 29, 2023
    Researchers show how their multilegged walking robot can be steered by inducing a dynamic instability. By making the couplings between segments more flexible, the robot changes from walking straight to moving in a curved path. This work can lead to more energy-efficient and reliable robotic navigation of terrain.
  • Effective as a collective: Researchers investigate the swarming behavior of microrobots May 26, 2023
    Miniaturization is progressing rapidly in just any field and the trend towards the creation of ever smaller units is also prevalent in the world of robot technology. In the future, minuscule robots used in medical and pharmaceutical applications might be able to transport medication to targeted sites in the body. Statistical physics can contribute to […]
  • Robots and Rights: Confucianism Offers Alternative May 25, 2023
    As robots assume more roles in the world, a new analysis reviewed research on robot rights, concluding that granting rights to robots is a bad idea. Instead, the article looks to Confucianism to offer an alternative.
  • Researchers build bee robot that can twist May 23, 2023
    A robotic bee that can fly fully in all directions has been developed. With four wings made out of carbon fiber and mylar as well as four light-weight actuators to control each wing, the Bee++ prototype is the first to fly stably in all directions. That includes the tricky twisting motion known as yaw, with […]
  • Can't find your phone? There's a robot for that May 15, 2023
    Engineers have discovered a new way to program robots to help people with dementia locate medicine, glasses, phones and other objects they need but have lost.
  • Better than humans: Artificial intelligence in intensive care units May 11, 2023
    With the help of extensive data from intensive care units of various hospitals, an artificial intelligence was developed that provides suggestions for the treatment of people who require intensive care due to sepsis. Analyses show that artificial intelligence already surpasses the quality of human decisions. However, it is now important to also discuss the legal […]
  • Robotic proxy brings remote users to life in real time May 11, 2023
    Researchers have developed a robot, called ReMotion, that occupies physical space on a remote user's behalf, automatically mirroring the user's movements in real time and conveying key body language that is lost in standard virtual environments.
  • The influence of AI on trust in human interaction May 8, 2023
    As AI becomes increasingly realistic, our trust in those with whom we communicate may be compromised. Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have examined how advanced AI systems impact our trust in the individuals we interact with.
  • Scurrying centipedes inspire many-legged robots that can traverse difficult landscapes May 5, 2023
    Intrigued to see if the many limbs could be helpful for locomotion in this world, a team of physicists, engineers, and mathematicians are using this style of movement to their advantage. They developed a new theory of multilegged locomotion and created many-legged robotic models, discovering the robot with redundant legs could move across uneven surfaces […]
  • AI could run a million microbial experiments per year May 4, 2023
    Automation uncovers combinations of amino acids that feed two bacterial species and could tell us much more about the 90% of bacteria that humans have hardly studied. An artificial intelligence system enables robots to conduct autonomous scientific experiments -- as many as 10,000 per day -- potentially driving a drastic leap forward in the pace […]
  • Deep neural network provides robust detection of disease biomarkers in real time May 2, 2023
    A lab has developed a deep neural network that improves the accuracy of their unique devices for detecting pathogen biomarkers.
  • A touch-responsive fabric armband -- for flexible keyboards, wearable sketchpads May 2, 2023
    It's time to roll up your sleeves for the next advance in wearable technology -- a fabric armband that's actually a touch pad. Researchers say they have devised a way to make playing video games, sketching cartoons and signing documents easier. Their proof-of-concept silk armband turns a person's forearm into a keyboard or sketchpad. The […]
  • Highly dexterous robot hand can operate in the dark -- just like us April 27, 2023
    Researchers demonstrated a highly dexterous robot hand, one that combines an advanced sense of touch with motor learning algorithms in order to achieve a high level of dexterity. In addition, the hand worked without any external cameras -- it's immune to lighting, occlusion, or similar issues. Because the hand doesn't rely on vision to manipulate […]
  • Speedy robo-gripper reflexively organizes cluttered spaces April 27, 2023
    A new gripper robot grasps by reflex. Rather than start from scratch after a failed attempt, the bot adapts in the moment to reflexively roll, palm, or pinch an object to get a better hold.
  • How a horse whisperer can help engineers build better robots April 26, 2023
    New research shows us that age-old interactions between people and their horses can teach us something about building robots designed to improve our lives.
  • Jellyfish-like robots could one day clean up the world's oceans April 25, 2023
    Roboticists have developed a jellyfish-inspired underwater robot with which they hope one day to collect waste from the bottom of the ocean. The almost noise-free prototype can trap objects underneath its body without physical contact, thereby enabling safe interactions in delicate environments such as coral reefs. Jellyfish-Bot could become an important tool for environmental remediation.
  • ChatGPT is still no match for humans when it comes to accounting April 20, 2023
    ChatGPT faced off against students on accounting assessments. Students scored an overall average of 76.7%, compared to ChatGPT's score of 47.4%. On a 11.3% of questions, ChatGPT scored higher than the student average, doing particularly well on AIS and auditing. But the AI bot did worse on tax, financial, and managerial assessments, possibly because ChatGPT […]
  • Two qudits fully entangled April 20, 2023
    Recently quantum computers started to work with more than just the zeros and ones we know from classical computers. Now a team demonstrates a way to efficiently create entanglement of such high-dimensional systems to enable more powerful calculations.

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