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  • New approach to 'punishment and reward' method of training artificial intelligence offers potential key to unlock new treatments for aggressive cancers February 1, 2023
    A new 'outside-the-box' method of teaching artificial intelligence (AI) models to make decisions could provide hope for finding new therapeutic methods for cancer, according to a new study.
  • Legged robots need more testing before real-world use January 31, 2023
    When it comes to the 'evolution' of mobile robots, it may be a long time before legged robots are able to safely interact in the real world, according to a new study.
  • A fairy-like robot flies by the power of wind and light January 30, 2023
    The loss of pollinators, such as bees, is a huge challenge for global biodiversity and affects humanity by causing problems in food production. Researchers have now developed the first passively flying robot equipped with artificial muscle. Could this artificial fairy be utilized in pollination?
  • AI technology generates original proteins from scratch January 26, 2023
    Scientists have created an AI system capable of generating artificial enzymes from scratch. In laboratory tests, some of these enzymes worked as well as those found in nature, even when their artificially generated amino acid sequences diverged significantly from any known natural protein.
  • Versatile robo-dog runs through the sandy beach at 3 meters per second January 26, 2023
    Meet the new addition to the robo-dog family, 'RaiBo', that can run along the sandy beach without losing balance and walk through grassy fields and back on the hard-floored tracking fields all on its own -- no further tinkering necessary.
  • Person-shaped robot can liquify and escape jail, all with the power of magnets January 25, 2023
    Inspired by sea cucumbers, engineers have designed miniature robots that rapidly and reversibly shift between liquid and solid states. On top of being able to shape-shift, the robots are magnetic and can conduct electricity. The researchers put the robots through an obstacle course of mobility and shape-morphing tests.
  • Fish sensory organ key to improving navigational skills of underwater robots January 25, 2023
    Scientists have been studying a fish sensory organ to understand cues for collective behavior which could be employed on underwater robots.
  • Altered speech may be the first sign of Parkinson's disease January 24, 2023
    Researchers attempted to identify early symptoms of Parkinson's disease using voice data. In their study, the researchers used artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze and assess speech signals, where calculations are done and diagnoses made in seconds rather than hours.
  • New soft robots poised to be more agile, controlled January 23, 2023
    One of the virtues of untethered soft robots is their ability to mechanically adapt to their surroundings and tasks. Now they are poised to become even more agile and controlled.
  • 'Smart' walking stick could help visually impaired with groceries, finding a seat January 19, 2023
    For people who are blind or visually impaired, finding the right products in a crowded grocery store can be difficult without help. A team of computer scientists is trying to change that.
  • A precision arm for miniature robots January 13, 2023
    Until now, microscopic robotic systems have had to make do without arms. Now researchers have developed an ultrasonically actuated glass needle that can be attached to a robotic arm. This lets them pump and mix minuscule amounts of liquid and trap particles.
  • Feathered robotic wing paves way for flapping drones January 13, 2023
    Birds fly more efficiently by folding their wings during the upstroke, according to a recent study. The results could mean that wing-folding is the next step in increasing the propulsive and aerodynamic efficiency of flapping drones.
  • Project aims to expand language technologies January 10, 2023
    Only a fraction of the 7,000 to 8,000 languages spoken around the world benefit from modern language technologies like voice-to-text transcription, automatic captioning, instantaneous translation and voice recognition. Researchers want to expand the number of languages with automatic speech recognition tools available to them from around 200 to potentially 2,000.
  • Can the AI driving ChatGPT help to detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease? December 22, 2022
    The artificial intelligence algorithms behind the chatbot program ChatGPT -- which has drawn attention for its ability to generate humanlike written responses to some of the most creative queries -- might one day be able to help doctors detect Alzheimer's Disease in its early stages. Research recently demonstrated that OpenAI's GPT-3 program can identify clues […]
  • Words prove their worth as teaching tools for robots December 22, 2022
    What is the best way to teach a robot? Sometimes it may simply be to speak to it clearly. Researchers found that human-language descriptions of tools can accelerate the learning of a simulated robotic arm lifting and using a variety of tools.
  • Cheerful chatbots don't necessarily improve customer service December 21, 2022
    Humans displaying positive emotions in customer service interactions have long been known to improve customer experience, but researchers wanted to see if this also applied to AI. They conducted experimental studies to determine if positive emotional displays improved customer service and found that emotive AI is only appreciated if the customer expects it, and it […]
  • Should we tax robots? December 20, 2022
    A small tax on robots, as well as on trade generally, will help reduce income inequality in the U.S., according to economists.
  • New winged robot can land like a bird December 19, 2022
    Researchers have developed a method that allows a flapping-wing robot to land autonomously on a horizontal perch using a claw-like mechanism. The innovation could significantly expand the scope of robot-assisted tasks.
  • New robot does 'the worm' when temperature changes December 14, 2022
    A new gelatinous robot that crawls, powered by nothing more than temperature change and clever design, brings 'a kind of intelligence' to the field of soft robotics.
  • Model shows how intelligent-like behavior can emerge from non-living agents December 13, 2022
    A new model describes how biological or technical systems form complex structures equipped with signal-processing capabilities that allow the systems to respond to stimulus and perform functional tasks without external guidance.

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