Using electricity to find materials that can “learn” Artificial intelligence and robotics news

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Scientists used the advanced photon source to observe behavior mimicking non-living material associated with learning, paving the way for better artificial intelligence. Scientists seeking to create a new generation of supercomputers seek inspiration from the most complex and power-efficient computer ever built: the human brain. In some of their early forays into building brain-inspired computers, … Read more

A broader definition of learning could help spur cross-disciplinary research – News Artificial intelligence and robotics

Artificial intelligence from alpha to omega

We often think of learning through the lens of preparing for an exam or teaching a dog to sit, but humans and other mammals are not the only entities capable of adapting to their environment – schools of fish, robots and even our genes can learn new behaviors, explain Jan De Houwer and Sean Hughes … Read more

Artificial intelligence answers the call for information on quails – News Artificial intelligence and robotics

Artificial intelligence from alpha to omega

When states want to assess quail populations, the process can be exhausting, time-consuming and expensive. That means spending hours in the field listening to calls. Or leave a recording device in the field to pick up the sounds emitted – to spend hours later listening to that audio. Then repeat this process until there is … Read more

Algorithms Predict Sports Team Moves With 80% Accuracy Artificial Intelligence & Robotics News

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Algorithms developed in the Cornell Lab for Intelligent Systems and Controls can predict the actions of volleyball players in-game with more than 80% accuracy, and now the lab is collaborating with the Big Red hockey team to extend the applications of the research project. The algorithms are unique in that they take a holistic approach … Read more

Stretchable, bio-inspired synaptic transistor can improve or weaken device memory Artificial Intelligence & Robotics News

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Robotics and wearable devices may soon get a little smarter with the addition of a stretchy, wearable synaptic transistor developed by Penn State engineers. The device works like neurons in the brain to send signals to certain cells and inhibit others to enhance and weaken the devices memory. Led by Cunjiang Yu, Dorothy Quiggle Career … Read more

Nvidia unveils its new products for robotics developers

Nvidia unveils its new products for robotics developers

On the occasion of its annual GTC conference, which was held from September 19 to 22, 2022, Nvidia took advantage of its flagship event to announce the arrival of new products related to robotics. Including the star of the show: Jetson Orin Nano. As usual, Nvidia unveiled its new range of products and services during … Read more

Robotics: definition, application cases and laws

Robotics definition application cases and laws

With the development of artificial intelligence, robotics is booming. Automatons are now joined by humanoid robots or autonomous computer programs: bot, chatbot… Summary What is robotics? Robotics is a field of activity covering the study, design and manufacture of robots or automated machines. It involves skills in computers, electronics and mechanics. What is a bot? … Read more

Computer science, robotics, microelectronics: the LIRMM, 30 years of cutting-edge research

Computer science robotics microelectronics the LIRMM 30 years of cutting edge

The Computing, Robotics and Microelectronics Laboratory of Montpellier (LIRMM) is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Mixed Research Unit having for main supervision the University of Montpellier and the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), it benefits from secondary supervision – the University of Perpignan and the Paul Valery Montpellier University – and partnerships with the Inria. … Read more

The 7 robots that transformed the history of robotics

The 7 robots that transformed the history of robotics

The term “robot” was first used in 1920: writer Karel Čapek made it history by placing it in one of his science fiction plays. “RUR” (Rossumovi univerzální roboti), evokes the “Rossum Universal Robots”. It was actually his brother Josef who invented this term by deriving it from the Czech word robota, meaning “labour” or “serf”. … Read more

Smart microrobots walk autonomously with electronic ‘brains’ – Artificial intelligence and robotics news

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Researchers at Cornell University have fitted electronic ‘brains’ to solar-powered robots between 100 and 250 micrometers in size – smaller than an ant’s head – so they can walk independently without being externally controlled. While Cornell researchers and others have already developed microscopic machines that can crawl, swim, walk, and fold, there were always “strings” … Read more