Interview with Dautzenberg Roman: #IROS2023 Best Paper Award on Mobile Manipulation sponsored by OMRON Sinic X Corp.
The award-winning author describe their work on an aerial robot which can exert large forces onto walls.
19 November 2023, by
Robot Talk Episode 62 – Jorvon Moss
In the latest episode of the Robot Talk podcast, Claire chatted to Jorvon (Odd-Jayy) Moss from Digikey about making robots at home, and robot design and aesthetics.
17 November 2023, by
California is the robotics capital of the world
In California, robotics technology is a small fish in a much bigger technology pond, and that tends to conceal how important Californian companies are to the robotics revolution.
12 November 2023, by
Silicon Valley Robotics
Robot Talk Episode 61 – Masoumeh Mansouri
In the latest episode of the Robot Talk podcast, Claire chatted to Masoumeh (Iran) Mansouri from the University of Birmingham about culturally sensitive robots and planning in complex environments.
10 November 2023, by
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The 5 levels of Sustainable Robotics
Robots can solve the UN SDGs and not just via the application area.
08 November 2023, by
Using language to give robots a better grasp of an open-ended world
By blending 2D images with foundation models to build 3D feature fields, a new MIT method helps robots understand and manipulate nearby objects with open-ended language prompts.
06 November 2023, by
Robot Talk Episode 60 – Carl Strathearn
In the latest episode of the Robot Talk podcast, Claire chatted to Carl Strathearn from Edinburgh Napier University about humanoid robots, realistic robot faces and speech.
03 November 2023, by
AAAI Fall Symposium: Patrícia Alves-Oliveira on human-robot interaction design
We summarise the first keynote from the symposium on artificial intelligence for human-robot interaction.
31 October 2023, by
Robots for deep-sea recovery missions in sci-fi and reality
A science fiction/science fact review of Three Miles Down by Harry Turtledove, the fictionalized version of the Hughes Glomar Explorer expedition 50 years before the OceanGate Titan tragedy.
30 October 2023, by
Do humans get lazier when robots help with tasks?
Humans carrying out quality assurance tasks spotted fewer errors when they had been told that robots had already checked a piece, suggesting they relied on the robots and paid less attention to the work.
29 October 2023, by
Frontiers Journals & Blog
Robot Talk Episode 59 – Ffion Llewellyn
In the latest episode of the Robot Talk podcast, Claire chatted to Ffion Llewellyn from Oshen about sea-faring robots and ocean sensing.
27 October 2023, by
Code to Joy: Why Everyone Should Learn a Little Programming – Interview with Michael Littman
"A deeper knowledge of computing can be very empowering, and I wanted to bring that to a larger audience."
26 October 2023, by
In this sixth edition, we are excited to feature robot progress in medical assistance, prosthetics, robot flexibility, joint movement, work performance, AI design, and household cleanliness.
24 October 2023, by
Goal representations for instruction following
Natural language has the potential to be an easy-to-use interface for humans to specify arbitrary tasks, but it is difficult to train robots to follow language instructions.
22 October 2023, by
Robot Talk Episode 58 – Lorenzo Jamone
In the latest episode of the Robot Talk podcast, Claire chatted to Lorenzo Jamone from Queen Mary University of London all about robotic hands, dexterity, and the sense of touch.
20 October 2023, by
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