Robotics

AI Natural Language Processing Robotics

Ameca conversation using GPT 3 – Will robots take over the world?

This Ameca demo couples automated speech recognition with GPT 3 – a large language model that generates meaningful answers – the output is fed to an online TTS service which generates the voice and visemes for lip sync timing.

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Robotics

Robot Controllers Part 1: PID

Learn how to build a PID Controller, first in python and then in p5.js.

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Robotics

Tesla’s Robot Revolution

Humanoid robots have been in sci-fi and popular culture for a long time. While the robotics field has come a long way, we still don’t have the humanoid, walking, general purpose robots of our sci-fi imaginations. Some companies, including Tesla, claim to be on the verge of finally making it a reality. But how real […]

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AI Chatbots

Disruptive Technologists Quick Byte Interview with John Son of Deepbrain AI

Watch this Quick Byte interview of John Son, Strategic Planning Manager at DeepBrain AI, by our very own Lauren Keyson. John talks about how he got into AI, what he does in the space, and where his interest in artificial intelligence stems from. In this short chat, he answers questions on how he would suggest […]

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Robotics

Watch Ameca the Humanoid Robot in Its First Public Demo

Last year, a video of Ameca the robot’s facial expressions had the world fascinated (and terrified). But the creators of this humanoid say Ameca is the face of the future.

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Interesting

The Brilliant Engineering of Mecanum Wheels

Mecanum wheel-fitted robots or industrial machines can make a 180 degree turn without taking much space, whereas a normal forklift takes a lot of space and time to achieve the same task. Consider this perfect sideward movement of Mecanum wheeled machines. This would be tedious to achieve using normal wheels. Mecanum wheeled machines achieve all […]

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Maker Robotics

Jeremy Fielding on Building Hardware that Moves

From custom power tools to giant earthmoving machines, Jeremy Fielding knows a thing or two about getting unique hardware up and running. In this keynote presentation for the 2021 Hackaday Remoticon, he shares some of what he’s learned over the years, starting with the importance of the prototype all the way through to which appliances […]

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Robotics

Artificial Muscles Robotic Arm Full Range of Motion + Static Strength Test

There are some fascinating advancements being made in robotics. This artificial muscles robotic arm is operated by water and consumes 200W at peak. We invent and produce portable power supply and our own electro-hydraulic mini valves to have complete controllability of speed contraction and compress the whole powering system (for a full body) inside humanlike […]

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Hardware Security

Nvidia Gets Into Cybersecurity and Networking?

Nvidia makes more than GPUs! They are one of the biggest players in Networking and CyberSecurity!! This interview with Kevin DeierlIng, the SVP of Networking at Nvidia, gets into how they are changing the game with their Bluefield DPUs.

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Robotics

An actual, real-world use for robot dogs

At a pumped storage plant in western Austria, a company called Energy Robotics is testing robot dogs for inspection. At a recent conference, A robot dog was walking though the halls of the expo floor. It generated a lot of attention. However, are these robots actually useful? Tom Scott explores.

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