The Wall Street Journal explores the potential impacts of a coming wave of automation in this exploration of next generation of industrial robots in Asia.
Robot restaurants are popping up all over downtown San Francisco, as a futuristic option for people to grab fast food for cheap. The latest example is Creator, a robotic restaurant that specializes in making gourmet hamburgers with their all-in-one burger robots. 350 sensors and 20 computers all work together to create the perfect burger.
While many will question the future of low skill jobs, the news may not be as dire as some would say and the cost savings comes from unexpected places.
Marc Raibert, the CEO of Boston Dynamics, talks to members of the MIT class Artificial General Intelligence.
Boston Dynamics’ goal is to take an engineering approach to exploring possible paths toward building human-level intelligence for a better world.
Pieter Abbeel presents Learning to Learn for Robotic Control at the Neural Information Processing Systems Conference last December.
Rapidly, science fiction is becoming science fact.
The first person to live with a mind-controlled robotic arm is Johnny Matheny—a man who lost his original arm to cancer.
Robocop was a classic 80s action movie and now, it seems somewhat prophetic.
The BBC program (programme?) Click is in Japan and they take a look at the state of the art in VR, Robotics, and Cameras in the Land of the Rising Sun.
Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Autonomous Reconstruction of Unknown Indoor Scenes Guided by Time-varying Tensor Fields” and it’s impressive.