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  • AI models can now continually learn from new data on intelligent edge devices like smartphones and sensors October 4, 2022
    A new technique enables on-device training of machine-learning models on edge devices like microcontrollers, which have very limited memory. This could allow edge devices to continually learn from new data, eliminating data privacy issues, while enabling user customization.
  • New algorithms help four-legged robots run in the wild October 4, 2022
    A new system of algorithms enables four-legged robots to walk and run on challenging terrain while avoiding both static and moving obstacles. The work brings researchers a step closer to building robots that can perform search and rescue missions or collect information in places that are too dangerous or difficult for humans.
  • Stretchy, bio-inspired synaptic transistor can enhance, weaken device memories October 3, 2022
    Robotics and wearable devices might soon get a little smarter with the addition of a stretchy, wearable synaptic transistor. The device works like neurons in the brain to send signals to some cells and inhibit others in order to enhance and weaken the devices' memories.
  • Active matter, curved spaces: Mini robots learn to 'swim' on stretchy surfaces September 29, 2022
    Physicists are using small wheeled robots to better understand these indirect mechanical interactions, how they play a role in active matter, and how we can control them.
  • Fluidic circuits add analog options for controlling soft robots September 29, 2022
    Robotics researchers, engineers and materials scientists showed it is possible to make programmable, nonelectronic circuits that control the actions of soft robots by processing information encoded in bursts of compressed air.
  • Engineers discover new process for synthetic material growth, enabling soft robots that grow like plants September 28, 2022
    Researchers have developed a new, plant-inspired extrusion process that enables synthetic material growth, and the creation of a soft robot that builds its own solid body from liquid to navigate hard-to-reach places and complicated terrain.
  • Smart microrobots walk autonomously with electronic 'brains' September 22, 2022
    Researchers have installed electronic 'brains' on solar-powered robots that are 100 to 250 micrometers in size -- smaller than an ant's head -- so that they can walk autonomously without being externally controlled.
  • How the brain develops: A new way to shed light on cognition September 20, 2022
    Researchers introduce a new neurocomputational model of the human brain that could bridge the gap in understanding AI and the biological mechanisms underlying mental disorders.
  • Even smartest AI models don't match human visual processing September 16, 2022
    Deep convolutional neural networks (DCNNs) don't see objects the way humans do -- using configural shape perception -- and that could be dangerous in real-world AI applications. The study employed novel visual stimuli called 'Frankensteins' to explore how the human brain and DCNNs process holistic, configural object properties.
  • New method for comparing neural networks exposes how artificial intelligence works September 14, 2022
    A team has developed a novel approach for comparing neural networks that looks within the 'black box' of artificial intelligence to help researchers understand neural network behavior. Neural networks recognize patterns in datasets; they are used everywhere in society, in applications such as virtual assistants, facial recognition systems and self-driving cars.
  • Intelligent cooperation to provide surveillance and epidemic services in smart cities September 14, 2022
    Scientists explore the potential uses of integrated unmanned aerial vehicles and mobile robots for public good.
  • Intelligent microscopes for detecting rare biological events September 8, 2022
    Biophysicists have developed control software that optimizes how fluorescence microscopes collect data on living samples. Their control loop, used to image mitochondrial and bacterial sites of division in detail, is released as an open source plug-in and could inspire a new generation of intelligent microscopes.
  • Artificial Intelligence tool could reduce common drug side effects September 7, 2022
    Artificial intelligence could help clinicians assess which patients are likely to encounter the harmful side effects of some commonly used antidepressants, antihistamines and bladder medicines.
  • Walking and slithering aren't as different as you think September 6, 2022
    Abrahamic texts treat slithering as a special indignity visited on the wicked serpent, but evolution may draw a more continuous line through the motion of swimming microbes, wriggling worms, skittering spiders and walking horses. A new study found that all of these kinds of motion are well represented by a single mathematical model.
  • New method to systematically find optimal quantum operation sequences for quantum computers developed September 2, 2022
    Computer scientists have succeeded in developing a method for systematically finding the optimal quantum operation sequence for a quantum computer. They have developed a systematic method that applies optimal control theory (GRAPE algorithm) to identify the theoretically optimal sequence from among all conceivable quantum operation sequences. This method is expected to become a useful tool […]
  • Robots can be used to assess children's mental wellbeing September 1, 2022
    Robots can be better at detecting mental wellbeing issues in children than parent-reported or self-reported testing, a new study suggests.
  • From bits to p-bits: One step closer to probabilistic computing August 29, 2022
    Scientists have developed a mathematical description of what happens within tiny magnets as they fluctuate between states when an electric current and magnetic field are applied. Their findings could act as the foundation for engineering more advanced computers that can quantify uncertainty while interpreting complex data.
  • Silicon image sensor that computes August 26, 2022
    Researchers have developed the first in-sensor processor that could be integrated into commercial silicon imaging sensor chips -- known as complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors -- that are used in nearly all commercial devices that need capture visual information, including smartphones.
  • Will strong and fast-switching artificial muscle be feasible? August 12, 2022
    A research team has developed a bifunctional polymer electrolyte with enhanced mechanical strength and ionic conductivity. The new technology can be applied to producing strong artificial muscles with fast switching speeds.
  • New programmable materials can sense their own movements August 10, 2022
    Researchers have developed a technique to 3D-print materials with customizable mechanical properties that can also sense how they are moving and interacting with their environment. Their method only requires one printing material and a single run on a 3D printer.

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