Construction Robotics is increasing safety and productivity on Job Sites

Construction Robotics is changing the way construction is done. It has always been inevitable that robotics technology would enter into dangerous industries to increase safety and productivity, but many people still view it as a futuristic phenomenon.

Read More

How pandemic problem motivates AI developers to help Manufacturing Industries

The global pandemic has persuaded a number of manufacturers to pursue an AI-driven transformation of their operations, according to studies by Cap Gemini and the Boston Consulting Group. What has been noticed is the way in which they are combining human experience and insight with AI tools to find ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Read More

Intel details robotic assistive arm for wheelchair users

Intel today detailed a collaboration with Accenture and the ALYN Woldenberg Family Hospital (the Neuro-Biomorphic Engineering Lab at the Open University of Israel), to develop a wheelchair-mounted robotic arm that helps people with spinal injuries perform daily tasks.

Read More

National University of Singapore used Intel neuromorphic chip to develop touch-sensing robotic ‘skin’

National University of Singapore used Intel neuromorphic chip to develop touch-sensing robotic ‘skin’

Asynchronous Coded Electronic Skin (ACES) — can detect touches more than 1,000 times faster than the human nervous system and identify the shape, texture, and hardness of objects within 10 milliseconds.

Read More