Robotic muscles could turn back body clock by 2050

Loss of strength and muscle wastage is currently an unavoidable part of getting older and has a significant impact on health and quality of life.  Sarcopenia, as it’s known medically,...

New navigation software features for Pepper

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Interview with Rozum Robotics

Rozum Robotics LLC is an international company with representative offices in the USA and Europe, backed by a development team in Belarus. A network of distributors provides sales and...

Catheter Navigation: The Fastest Growing Sector of Robotic Surgery

IDTechEx reports that the robotic surgery market will reach over $12 billion by 2030. Within this industry catheter navigation is an emerging, but lesser known application, that is rapidly...

This Hopping Robot Could Explore the Solar System’s Icy Moons

SPARROW, a steam-powered robotic concept, could one day take giant leaps over some of the most hazardous terrains known (and unknown) in the solar system. Steam...

PAL Robotics to fight COVID-19 in hospitals with Accerion positioning sensors

The TIAGo Delivery Robot will start operating in hospitals next month Barcelona, Tuesday 23 June 2020: With the unpredictable health crisis of COVID-19 continuing to place...

How Autonomous Machine Vision can help ward off the looming recession

The Great Depression that hit the US in the 1930s was probably the worst economic recession ever registered. To guide the country out of it, President Roosevelt launched a...

Astrobotic Awarded $199.5 Million Contract to Deliver NASA Moon Rover

Astrobotic, the world’s leading lunar logistics service provider, has been selected by NASA to deliver the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, or VIPER, to the south pole of the...

How Meat Producers Can Improve Food Safety with Robotic Automation

As the Coronavirus continues to invade processing plants and slaughterhouses across the U.S, linking 15,300 confirmed cases to 192 meatpacking plants, factory floors are becoming the breeding ground for...

NSF awards Indiana University $10M to build ‘Jetstream 2’ cloud computing system

The Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University has been awarded a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation to deploy Jetstream 2, a distributed cloud computing system intended...
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RIDGEBACK HELPING TO SOLVE CHALLENGING MOBILE MANIPULATION TASKS- by Sabrina Guillen

When discussing the future of robotics and artificial intelligence, the conversation often focuses around anxieties of losing the human touch. Will robots...

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