Home » Evolutionary Robotics

Evolutionary Robotics

Google News : U.S. : All
  • Benzinga

    NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) is holding its GPU tech conference through Thursday, and CEO Jensen Huang delivered the keynote Monday.

  • Seeking Alpha

    The consumer robotics segment should have explosive growth in the next five years due to a number of factors. This year iRobot will launch its robotic ...

  • Science Daily

    Researchers believe they have become the first to create an AI-controlled robotic limb driven by animal-like tendons that can even be tripped up and then ...

  • Interesting Engineering

    A robot leg developed by researchers at USC has the ability to correct itself after falling despite never being programmed for that. The leg uses animal inspired ...

  • Technology Networks

    For a newborn giraffe or wildebeest, being born can be a perilous introduction to the world—predators lie in wait for an opportunity to make a meal of the herd's ...

  • Laboratory Equipment

    A team of researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering believe they have become the first to create an AI-controlled robotic limb driven by animal-like ...

  • AiiA

    The 3rd Annual Intelligent Automation Nordics finds itself in Copenhagen, Denmark March 18-20 and features an agenda that showcases evolutionary thinking ...

  • NOVA Next

    Snake robots might come in handy for surgery, search-and-rescue missions, and even space exploration—but they're nothing without the slithering serpents that ...

  • Science Daily

    Date: February 21, 2019; Source: Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati; Summary: Euglena cells are unicellular organisms that spend most of their ...

  • WIRED

    Don't even worry about Dyret the robot. At first glance, the scrawny quadruped looks pathetic, as it struggles to walk without collapsing. But keep watching, and ...

  • WIRED

    Algorithms design robot legs tailored to walk on specific surfaces. The results are at once logical, counterintuitive, and bizarre.

  • Futurism

    DyRET can adjust its leg and gait length to figure out everything from icy patches to sand dunes, putting it at the forefront of evolutionary robotics.

  • Princeton University

    Princeton faculty members are studying the collective, in-the-moment creative process in dance as a valuable model for exploring social decision-making.

  • Popular Mechanics

    Glendale, California, isn't exactly in a galaxy far, far away, but it's here inside a beige building where Star Wars characters are brought to life. Advertisement ...

  • New Scientist News

    By Chris Stokel-Walker. THE enthusiastic Simon Clark won't stop reeling off a list of his favourite science and technology YouTubers. There is Marques ...

Be Sociable, Share!
Copyright © 2005-2018 uBricks Research, All rights reserved.
μBricks® is a Registered Trademark of uBricks Research.