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MIT offers robot that can safely touch a human
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MIT offers robot that can safely touch a human

It has been said that robotics is the most difficult area of ​​machine learning: even simple things, like moving a…
This MIT robotic finger with a special ‘finger tip’ is a candidate for a buried bomb detector
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This MIT robotic finger with a special ‘finger tip’ is a candidate for a buried bomb detector

Metal detectors aren’t everything when it comes to finding items, especially if they’re not made of metal. Or if what…
MIT works on bipedal robot as agile as an acrobat LeBigData.fr
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MIT works on bipedal robot as agile as an acrobat LeBigData.fr

Researchers in the robotics laboratory at MIT are working on a new acrobatic robot, now in the simulation phase. The…
MIT researchers present deep learning tool to analyze material stress from photos
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MIT researchers present deep learning tool to analyze material stress from photos

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) presented earlier this month a developed artificial intelligence tool. This deep learning…
This tiny MIT drone bounces in mid-air collision
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This tiny MIT drone bounces in mid-air collision

MIT researchers have developed a tiny drone with flexible actuators. The craft can flap its wings nearly 500 times per…
MIT Scientist Says Insect-Size Flying Robots Could Help Rescue Missions: NPR
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MIT Scientist Says Insect-Size Flying Robots Could Help Rescue Missions: NPR

Kevin Chen, associate professor at MIT, envisions a time when his insect-sized drone could be used as a search and…
MIT is developing a neural network for unprecedented adaptability of AI!
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MIT is developing a neural network for unprecedented adaptability of AI!

With their new liquid-type neural network, researchers from the prestigious MIT believe they could be at the origin of a…
MIT creates RoboGrammar to help design robot morphologies
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MIT creates RoboGrammar to help design robot morphologies

What is the optimal morphology for a robot to climb stairs? Or move on sloping ground? Defining the shape of…
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