Intel’s Neuromorphic System Hits 8 Million Neurons, 100 Million Coming by 2020

Researchers can use the 64-chip Pohoiki Beach system to make systems that learn and see the world more like humansAt the DARPA Electronics Resurgence Initiative Summit today in Detroit, Intel...

First the E-Bike, Next the Flying Car

This company thinks its 3D-printing technology for carbon fiber can do anythingCarbon fiber composites are incredibly strong for their weight; that’s why they’re key to the newest aircraft designs. However,...

Robots in Depth with Andreas Bihlmaier

In this episode of Robots in Depth, Per Sjöborg speaks with Andreas Bihlmaier about modular robotics and starting a robotics company. Andreas shares how he started out in...

How High Fives Help Us Get in Touch With Robots

Social touch is a cornerstone of human interaction, and robots are learning how to do it tooThe human sense of touch is so naturally ingrained in our everyday lives...

Using artificial evolution to design bespoke surgical snakebots

In a world first, Australian Centre for Robotic Vision researchers are pushing the boundaries of evolution to create bespoke, miniaturised surgical robots, uniquely matched to individual patient anatomy....

Tiny motor can “walk” to carry out tasks

This walking microrobot was built by the MIT team from a set of just five basic parts, including a coil, a magnet, and stiff and flexible structural pieces.Photo by...

Robot-ants that communicate and work together

A team of EPFL researchers has developed tiny 10-gram robots that are inspired by ants: they can communicate with each other, assign roles among themselves and complete complex...

Humanoid Robots Teach Coping Skills to Children With Autism

Roboticist Ayanna Howard explains what inspired her to work on assistive technologies for kids Photo: Rob Felt IEEE Senior Member Ayanna Howard with one of the interactive...

Robots Have a Hard Time Grasping These “Adversarial Objects”

To make robot grasping more robust, researchers are designing objects that are as difficult as possible for robots to manipulateThere’s been a bunch of research recently into adversarial images,...

Squeezing Rocket Fuel From Moon Rocks

Here’s how lunar explorers will mine the regolith to make rocket fuel Illustration: John MacNeill The most...

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