The Wyss Center’s Synapsuit project aims to develop high-performance algorithms that decode complex brain signals.
Technologies such as RoboGuide could enable people with visual impairments to more fully navigate and interact with the world.
An analysis of American Joint Replacement Registry data found that revision rates were similar in conventional and surgical robot knee procedures.
The IFR has cited technology trends including the rise of generative AI, mobile manipulation, and humanoid robots for 2024.
The results of ProGlove’s survey show retail leaders have conservative expectations for adopting automation.
The CMU team’s modular robots crawl inside gas pipelines to map, detect decrepit or leaking pipes, and perform repairs.
MIT CSAIL’s research examines the economic practicality of using AI for automating tasks, with a particular emphasis on computer vision.
MassRobotics and its technology partners will announce the winners of the Form and Function challenge at the Robotics Summit & Expo.
A multimodal system uses models trained on language, vision, and action data to help robots develop and execute plans for household, construction, and manufacturing tasks.
Project Ddog aims to turn a Boston Dynamics Spot quadruped into a basic communicator for those with physical challenges such as ALS.
An effort to create a control model that moves seamlessly between different activities like standing, walking and climbing stairs is renewed by the National Institutes of Health
The realistic model could aid the development of better heart implants and shed light on understudied heart disorders.
Northeastern University researchers have developed the Hydrilla Hunter, a robot designed to detect invasive plants in rivers.
RoboCLIP algorithm has been pre-trained on large amounts of video and textual demonstrations.
MassRobotics second Form and Function Challenge is seeking university teams to create innovative and useful robotics.
Hutter, co-founder of quadruped maker ANYbotics, focuses on the development of robots with legged locomotion and manipulation.
The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence’s director shares his perspectives on AI policy, generative AI, and machine learning and legged robots.
With new overtime regulations for truck drivers in Japan, the country could face labor shortages that robots can help address, said the IFR.
Robots at Northeastern University run the technological gamut, from NASA research to systems that could help the seafood industry.
New research from HowToRobot and Robotics Australia Group reveals how Australia’s industry uses the country’s unique strengths in the global robotics race.
Toyota Research Institute demonstrated how it is developing AI and autonomous vehicles to interact with human drivers for safety.
Researchers at Brown University’s Humans to Robots Laboratory have developed software that helps robots understand plain-worded instructions.