The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has launched the second UG2+ Prize Challenge, whichácalls on researchers from industry and academia to provide new tools to enhance how unmanned aerial vehicles collect and store images.á
AUSTIN, Tx. (FOX) -- Police departments around the United States are turning to artificial intelligence Opens a New Window. , cloud computing and other technological Opens a New Window. revolutions to streamline everything from aging data entry systems to a treatment of workplace stress.
TheTribune: There is no way that Chandigarh can make claims for a Smart City. Traffic woes on the road; no idea about managing parking lots; daft policies of not opening up parking lots till midday; and street vendors taking over the city. City Beautiful is fast degenerating.
Researchers develop a new gripper that?s both soft and strong: a cone-shaped origami structure that collapses in on objects, much like a Venus' flytrap, to pick up items that are as much as 100 times its weight in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University have developed a new kind of suction-based soft robot gripper that is capable of picking up and moving an assortment of objects. Check it out in all its Venus flytrap-inspired dexterity.
MIT researchers just created an origami-inspired robot gripper that can grab fragile and heavy objects without dropping them. A team of researchers fromáMIT?sáComputer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL) built the robot [?]