By Keenan Wyrobek
This is a guest post. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not represent positions of IEEE Spectrum or the IEEE.
Ten years ago, while […]
one day ago by Tim Youngblood
Researchers at the University of Washington have designed a ‘skin’ sensor to give robots and prosthetics more sensitivity for precision tasks.
Artificial intelligence is now […]
AI machines and digital tools can make farming more efficient and reduce its environmental impact
Farming may not be the first industry that comes to mind when we think of technological […]
Autonomous drones are being called the biggest thing in military technology since the nuclear bomb. David Martin reports.
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One of the biggest revolutions over the past 15 years of […]
By Evan Ackerman
Posted 2 Aug 2017 | 15:00 GMT
source courtesy: spectrum.ieee.org
Peter Corke, director of the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision at Queensland University of Technology, and other members of […]
The Gobe Drone Would Be an Advanced UAV for Beginners, If It’s Real
Gobe Robotics wants to lure first-time users into the world of drones with the Gobe drone.
BY MARCO MARGARITOFFAUGUST 1, 2017
By Vamien McKalin
Each year, drone technology improves a great deal, but there are still some important features missing from drones that might take several more years to get implemented. […]
Currently the aircraft has been employed by Italian, French and Spanish Air Force apart from several US agencies including US Air Force, US Department of Homeland Security and NASA. […]
A host of bizarre biomedical robots turned up at ICRA 2017, IEEE’s flagship robotics conference, which took place earlier this month in Singapore. We saw swallowable robots that poke t […]
The Textron-built Universal Ground Control Station is being engineered with new performance-enhancing software to secure drone controls and drone video feeds from hacking, interference and […]
Commercial uses for pilotless aircraft are taking off
source : The economist
TO MOST people a drone is one of two very different kinds of pilotless aircraft: a toy or a weapon. It is either a small, […]
Within a few minutes, I’ve got one hand grasped gingerly on the zipper. The other is holding the bag’s handle in place. I unzip it slowly, as if performing surgery. There’s none of th […]
Los Angeles City Council is considering a proposal that would give local firefighters the green light to start a drone program for training and emergency use.
source courtesy: statescoop.com
SHE smiles. She bats her eyelids. She jokes. Then this lifelike robot insists artificial intelligence ‘is good for the world … but you need to teach me how to love’.
source courtesy: new […]
By Doug Wilson Herald-Whig
Posted: Jun. 10, 2017 10:50 pm Updated: Jun. 10, 2017 10:57 pm
QUINCY — As Greg Mitts guides an aerial drone over farm fields he creates more than just pictures. He can provide […]
The fields of modular and origami robotics have become increasingly popular in recent years, with both approaches presenting particular benefits, as well as limitations, to the end user. Christoph Belke and Jamie […]
The incident has huge ramifications for the conflict in the country, as well as the future of warfare in general.
For the first time in more than four decades, American forces have come under aerial […]
Project Wing worked with NASA and the FAA to test its new platform.
Before thousands of drones hit the skies to make widespread package delivery a reality, there’s going to have to be some kind of air tr […]
Hot on the heels of industry’s greatest showcase for automation, Automate 2017, the most widely attended Automate event to date, we offer this retrospective. An opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come as an […]
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