Rat brain controls robot

The researchers in United Kingdom have managed to control a robot by neurons of a rat brain. The experiment aims for gaining new insights into Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, which are both neurological diseases.It will enable scientist to help understand how the brain learns and remembers memories. The robot, which is solely controlled by the […]

Wrex: The new toy robot dog from WowWee

WowWee is releasing a new toy robot called Wrex. It has four modes: Free Roam, Guard, Demonstration and Program. In the guard more he checks on any intrudes with its sensors and barks at them. In free roam mode, he autonomously explores the room by also avoiding obstacles. The demo mode shows its tricks and […]

Skin that conducts electricity

A new rubber material has been developed by Japanese scientists that is able to flex but conduct electricity as well. The material can stretch as much as 38 percent before starting to loose its conductivity and conduct electricity 570 times more than a regular rubber. It can also be used to make flexible integrated circuits. […]

OpenJAUS software update

OpenJAUS has announced their latest codebase, OpenJAUSv3.3.0. JAUS was first released in 2006 and provides a framework that allows companies to implement their robotic software. The latest code update has been in development since nine months. The JAUS project is open source and is run by volunteer robotic system designers, and software developers. The new […]

Robot submarine to explore deep sea

The Autosub6000 a UK made Autonomous Submarine, will soon start to explore the deep undersea volcanoes in the Caribbean. It has a range of 1,000 kilometers without any battery recharge and can dive up to the depth of 6000 meters. The unit has an advanced GPS system on board and will be used to map […]

Teaching language to A.I.

A new project that is about to start in Plymouth University of United Kingdom, the research team is aiming to teach robots the “meaning” of words. Currently the robots can process words without grasping the meaning like humans. The project aims to do this by mimicking the language teaching techniques to a child. In order […]

Robots learn moving autonomously

A new software that has been presented at the Artificial Life Conference in UK, demonstrated the virtual entities learning ability without human intervention to do a particular move, by only knowing the ultimate position. The robot does not know anything about its environment in the beginning. Then by trial and error, it gradually refines its […]

Health Robotics announces new partnership in Turkey for its CytoCare™ Robot

Health Robotics today announced an exclusive agreement with Can-Med, a leading IV Solution provider and medical device company in the Republic of Turkey,, in order to safely, accurately, and cost-effectively automate the preparation of life-critical patient-specific Oncology IV Admixtures with Health Robotics’ CytoCare(TM). For more please visit the link below. Reference: marketwatch.com/news/story/health-robotics-announces-new-exclusive/story.aspx?guid=%7B8682D52E-B40A-43FF-B85D-86C76F44FD6A%7D&dist=hppr

Swarm robotics: Reducing costs

A new concept of manufacturing mini robots has been presented at the University of Southampton in United Kingdom. The research team demonstrated the use of cell phone technology to manufacture robots. The motors that are used to vibrate cell phones are used to power these robots. The motors are then attached to circuit boards, eliminating […]

Swarm robotics: Reducing costs

A new concept of manufacturing mini robots has been presented at the University of Southampton in United Kingdom. The research team demonstrated the use of cell phone technology to manufacture robots. The motors that are used to vibrate cell phones are used to power these robots. The motors are then attached to circuit boards, eliminating […]

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