New features leverage maps of your home to make your robot vacuum smarter
Intelligenten Maschinen gehört die Zukunft. Aber wie denken die eigentlich? Und müssen wir uns davor fürchten? Ein Gespräch mit der Technikphilosophin Catrin Misselhorn
Künstliche Intelligenz: "Der Mensch muss der Maschine eigentlich vertrauen"
Researchers have found a better way to identify atomic structures, an essential step in improving materials selection in the aviation, construction and automotive industries.
Better way found to determine the integrity of metals
By adding randomness to a relatively simple simulation, OpenAI’s robot hand learned to perform complex in-hand manipulation
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An origami-like drone is flexible enough to absorb shocks without breaking before returning to its initial shape. This new type of drone, which was inspired by insect wings, draws on the advantages of both stiff and flexible structures.
An insect-inspired drone deforms upon impact
Nature has evolved thousands of enzymes to facilitate the many chemical reactions that take place inside organisms to sustain life. Now, researchers have designed artificial enzymes that sit on the surfaces of living cells and drive reactions that could someday target drug therapies to specific organs.
Artificial enzymes perform reactions on living cells
This hybrid of robot human and robot horse is designed to rescue you from disasters
While Mayfield Robotics reevaluates its path forward, Kuri has been canceled
It’s dirty, it’s dull, it’s enormous, and it’s probably one of the most productive robots on the planet