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Scientists Are Simplifying Human-Robot Relationships Using This Technique

Rice University engineers have devised a mechanism for people to assist robots in "seeing" their surroundings and carrying out tasks. The Bayesian Learning IN the Dark (BLIND) technique is a novel solution...

MIT Engineers Build LEGO-like AI Chip

With a LEGO-like design for a stackable, customizable artificial intelligence chip, MIT engineers have taken a step toward a modular chip design. Traditional wiring is used in other modular chip designs to...

What Are P-Computers? Will They Replace Traditional Computing?

The development of more energy-efficient and scalable technology has become nothing less than a necessity now. But traditional computers are unable to compute in an energy-efficient manner, a restriction that has...

Wood-derived Biosensors For Wireless Devices

According to University of Toronto and University of Waterloo researchers, wood-derived materials can be utilised to gather electrical energy from daily actions like walking. The team demonstrated the usage of lignocellulosic nanofibrils...

3D Printing Can Now Be Done In Seconds!

Thanks to photocurable polymers, EPFL researchers have shown a light-based 3D-printing technology that is around 30 times faster than traditional additive manufacturing, producing items in 20 seconds that would ordinarily take...

Synaptic Transistors Can Help E-Skin Sense Pain

An electronic skin that learns from 'pain' could aid in the development of a new generation of intelligent robots with human-like sensitivity. This type of artificial skin was created by a team...

NWU Engineers Develop A Tiny Remote-Controlled Robot Crab!

Northwestern University engineers have unveiled the world's tiniest remote-controlled walking robot - a tiny robotic crab! The machine is only a half-millimeter broad and can fit on the edge of a...

A Father-Son Duo’s Quest Towards a Connected World

It was a hobby that became a passion while attempting to bring down combinatorial sets from exponential highs to bounds that could be minimal. In the end, what came out was...

Copper “Headphones” Used To Improve NIST’s Atomic Radio Receiver

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has improved the sensitivity of their atomic radio receiver by putting the small glass cylinder containing cesium atoms inside what appear to be...

Energy Snacking: A Quick Recharge for EVs

Switching to electric vehicles (EVs) is a requirement of international agreements and government policy. Professor Grant Covic of Auckland University leads a team investigating inductive power transfer technologies (charging pads) that...
 
 

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