X-Rays Diagnosed by Artificial Intelligence Gives Quicker Results Than Traditional Coronavirus Testing According to Computer Programers

Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Coronavirus From X-Rays Quicker Than Traditional Testing

A new AI technology has been able to detect the coronavirus from analyzing X-rays of the chest! Although this is a more efficient way of testing, more data needs to be collected.

by Urian

Xenobot Micro Organism

Xenobots: The Next Generation of Living Robots

Tuft University has brought together artificial intelligence and molecular biology together. The product of these fields is a kind of life unique to anything seen today. Xenobots are artificially created biological organisms that can be programmed to do specific tasks.

by Renz

This Belgian Pipeline Can Carry 1,500 Gallons of Beer an Hour! Can Robots Change The World?

Belgian Pipeline Carries 1,500 Gallons of Beer per Hour! How Can Robots Change The World?

A Belgian company has been using a pipeline to carry 1,500 gallons of beer to its bottling facility two miles away! How else can autonomous technology increase efficiency?

by Urian

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Pushy Robots Learn the Fundamentals of Object Manipulation

Systems 'learn' from novel dataset that captures how pushed objects move, to improve their physical interactions with new objects

by Staff Reporter

New robotic suit

New Lightweight, Portable Robotic Suit to Increase Running and Walking Performance

Newly developed robot suit made of fabric vest and wires to help people with restricted mobility to walk or run more efficiently

by Staff Reporter

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Giving Robots a Faster Grasp

An algorithm speeds up the planning process robots use to adjust their grip on objects, for picking and sorting, or tool use

by Staff Reporter


Darn You, R2! When Can We Blame Robots?

A recent study from North Carolina State University finds that people are likely to blame robots for workplace accidents, but only if they believe the robots are autonomous.

by Staff Reporter

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Virtual Walking System for Re-experiencing the Journey of Another Person

Illusory walking sensation through pre-recorded oscillating optic flow and synchronous foot vibration

by Staff Reporter

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AI Could Offer Warnings About Serious Side Effects of Drug-Drug Interactions

The more medications a patient takes, the greater the likelihood that interactions between those drugs could trigger negative side effects, including long-term organ damage and even death. Now, researchers at Penn State have developed a machine learning system that may be able to warn doctors and patients about possible negative side effects that might occur when drugs are mixed.

by Staff Reporter

SpaceBit's Walking Spider Robot

The UK is Sending a 'Walking' Spider Robot to the Moon in its First Lunar Rover Mission

A tiny walking spider robot, built by a British start-up space company, is set to be UK's first lunar rover in history.

by Lola Louson

HP Robocop, Knightscope's K5 model, deployed at Huntington City Park proves to be

Police Robot on Park Patrol Ignores Woman, Tells Her to "Step Out of the Way" When She Asked for Help

Technological developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics are gaining more popularity and applications. But after several instances of failed robocop performances, are we really ready to leave the safety and security of our public places to these glorified machines?

by Margaux Torres


Deep3DFly:The Deep-learning Way to Design Fly-like Robots

It turns out that flies have some features and abilities that can inform a new design for robotic systems.

by Staff Reporter


Future intent: Would You Let an Automated Car Do the Driving?

QUT researchers release results of Australian and international studies into drivers' willingness to embrace new technology

by Staff Reporter


CTFH and Insilico Collaborate on Accelerating First-in-class Therapeutics Using AI

The collaboration aims to accelerate drug discovery and development with an AI-enabled platform for triple-negative breast cancer

by Staff Reporter

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