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Video Friday: Agile Amphibious Robot, and More

 − at 18:05, 14. Dec. 2018



Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos

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Foldable Drone Changes Its Shape in Mid-Air

 − at 20:42, 13. Dec. 2018



This quadrotor can alter its shape in flight depending on where it needs to go

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Choosing Sensors for Medical Applications

 − at 17:46, 13. Dec. 2018



Sensor based monitoring is becoming popular among the aging population. Here’s how to select a sensor to fit your application and parameters.

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MiniRHex Makes Wiggly-Legged Unstoppability Tiny and Affordable

 − at 19:17, 12. Dec. 2018



For about $200, you can build a surprisingly capable six-whegged robot with googly eyes

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Searching for the Perfect Neuron for AI

 − at 17:30, 11. Dec. 2018



Researchers tried out several new devices to get closer to the ideal need for deep learning and neuromorphic computing

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Robot Gift Guide 2018

 − at 21:00, 10. Dec. 2018



Over a dozen robots that we promise will make fantastic holiday gifts

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#275: Presented work at IROS 2018 (Part 2 of 3), with Robert Lösch, Ali Marjovi and Sophia Sakr

 − at 08:00, 10. Dec. 2018


In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Robert Lösch, Ali Marjovi, and Sophia Sakr about the work they presented at the 2018 International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in Madrid, Spain.

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Video Friday: Space Station's New Robot Helper, and More

 − at 23:35, 07. Dec. 2018



Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos

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New Class of Metamaterials Changes Physical Properties in Seconds

 − at 20:00, 07. Dec. 2018



Mechanical metamaterials can have their rigidity tuned, offering a new approach to soft robotics

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DeepMind Achieves Holy Grail: An AI That Can Master Games Like Chess and Go Without Human Help

 − at 20:00, 06. Dec. 2018



AlphaZero, a general-purpose game-playing system, quickly taught itself to be the best player ever in Go, chess and Shogi

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