Robots benefit special education students

Robots benefit special education students

Credit: University of Twente Researchers at the University of Twente have discovered that primary school children in both regular and special needs schools make strides when they learn together with a robot. On 30 April, both Daniel Davison and Bob Schadenberg will obtain their Ph.D.s from UT, with comparable research...

Biorobotics lab builds submersible robot snake

Credit: Carnegie Mellon University Carnegie Mellon University's acclaimed snake-like robot can now slither its way underwater, allowing the modular robotics platform to inspect ships, submarines and infrastructure for damage. A team from the Biorobotics Lab in the School of Computer Science's Robotics Institute tested the Hardened Underwater Modular Robot Snake...

Robo-starfish aims to enable closer study of aquatic life

Credit: MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab Biologists have long experienced the challenges of documenting ocean life, with many species of fish proving quite sensitive to the underwater movements of humans. As a possible solution, computer scientists have been developing special marine robots that can stealthily move among their...

A robot that senses hidden objects

A robot that senses hidden objects

MIT researchers developed a picking robot that combines vision with radio frequency (RF) sensing to find and grasps objects, even if they’re hidden from view. The technology could aid fulfilment in e-commerce warehouses. Credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology In recent years, robots have gained artificial vision, touch, and even smell....

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