MÜNCHEN (IT-Times) – Das deutsche Technologie-Logistikunternehmen Magazino hat in einer Finanzierungsrunde unter anderem von dem E-Commerce Spezialisten Zalando…
Robotik-Startup Magazino erhält in Finanzierungsrunde rund 20 Mio. Euro – Fiege und Zalando an Bord
When it comes to soft, assistive devices the wearer and the robot need to be in sync. But every human moves a bit differently and tailoring the robot’s parameters for an individual user is a time-consuming and inefficient process. Now, researchers have developed an efficient machine learning algorithm that can quickly tailor personalized control strategies for soft, wearable exosuits.
Personalizing wearable devices
In an effort to minimize injury and let carpenters focus on design and other bigger-picture tasks, a team has created AutoSaw, a system that lets you customize different items that can then be constructed with the help of robots.
Don't want to lose a finger? Let a robot give a hand
MIT’s AutoSaw takes the risk and skill out of creating custom furniture, so that even you can do it without losing an unnecessary number of limbs
Researchers from Google Brain show that adversarial images can trick both humans and computers, and the implications are scary
Inspired by our bodies’ sensory capabilities, researchers have developed a platform for creating soft robots with embedded sensors that can sense movement, pressure, touch, and even temperature.
Novel 3-D printing method embeds sensing capabilities within robotic actuators
Deep learning algorithms beat 42 dermatology experts at diagnosing nail fungus infections
The same techniques used to train self-driving cars and chess-playing computers are now helping physicists explore the complexities of the quantum world. For the first time, physicists have demonstrated that machine learning can reconstruct a quantum system based on relatively few experimental measurements. This method will allow scientists to thoroughly probe systems of particles exponentially faster than conventional, brute-force techniques.
Artificial intelligence techniques reconstruct mysteries of quantum systems
It’s not a failure if you just pretend that you meant to do it all along
Here’s what the Alphabet/Google chair and Stanford professor says about his new gig, “fake news,” and the future of technology