Digital symbiosis lets robot co-workers predict human behaviour

by Anthony King Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk fear that the robotic revolution may already be underway, but automation isn’t going to take over just yet – first machines will work alongside us. ...
18 August 2017, by

Putting humanoid robots in contact with their environment

In this article, our humanoid robot iCub is put to the test using manipulation and interaction as sources of knowledge and new experience, as well as, providing a means to explore and control the envi...
10 August 2016, by

Nat Geo’s Robots 3D proves that robots don’t need to be sci-fi to be compelling

Close up, in 3D, what jumps out at you is not just how astonishing today’s humanoid robots are, but also how miraculous the human body they mimic is. National Geographic’s Robots 3D is showing in ...
16 July 2015, by

Complete force control in constrained under-actuated mechanical systems: Lecture by Francesco Nori

In this video lecture, Franceso Nori from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) walks us through the progress that's been made in humanoid robots in recent years. For example, the humanoids at ...

iCub philosophy, history and recent results: Lecture by Giorgio Metta

In this lecture, Giorgio Metta describes the history and philosophy behind the iCub project, and presents some recent results....

Making an iCub robot “clever”

As part of the IM-CLeVeR project, the IDSIA robotics laboratory recently released a video-overview of their work on the technologies, architectures and algorithms required to give an iCub robot mo...
23 October 2012, by

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iCub drums and crawls using bio-inspired control

Ever see a lizard effortlessly run up a wall? Like most vertebrates, lizards are able to quickly adapt to new environments in a robust way thanks to a special type of movement generator. The idea is ...
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