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Jan 18, 2020

Not sure how old this video is

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Not sure how old this video is. But, Very impressive if it is able to grab random objects at these speeds; although i suspect it needed a lot of training before.

This handy #roboticarm can be trained to catch practically anything. 🤖 💪

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Jan 18, 2020

The relationship between Biological and Artificial Intelligence

Posted by in categories: biological, neuroscience, robotics/AI

Claims of a relationship between AI and Neuroscience are more common than ever. They are often used to imply a higher chance of success for a technology. Are these claims true or just a hype?

Jan 18, 2020

Meet the xenobot: world’s first living, self-healing robots created from frog stem cells

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, food, robotics/AI

Scientists have created the world’s first living, self-healing robots using stem cells from frogs.

Named xenobots after the African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) from which they take their stem cells, the machines are less than a millimeter (0.04 inches) wide — small enough to travel inside human bodies. They can walk and swim, survive for weeks without food and work together in groups.

These are “entirely new life-forms,” said the University of Vermont, which conducted the research with Tufts University.

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Jan 18, 2020

This AI-powered robot can make 300 pizzas in an hour

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This robot is a ridiculously fast pizza chef.

Jan 17, 2020

Damon’s Hypersport AI Boosts Motorcycle Safety

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

For all its pure-electric acceleration and range and its ability to shapeshift, the Hypersport motorcycle shown off last week at CES by Vancouver, Canada-based Damon Motorcycles matters for just one thing: It’s the first chopper swathed in active safety systems.

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Jan 17, 2020

Microsoft’s AI bot XiaoIce to create 999 virtual women

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After Samsung’s artificial humans, Microsoft is experimenting with customized social bots as emotional companions.

Jan 17, 2020

This robotic arm could help you rebuild your muscles — Future Blink

Posted by in categories: health, robotics/AI

Created by Dimension Robotics, Dr. CaRo is a personal health robot, designed specifically for stroke victims to strengthen atrophied muscles.

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Jan 17, 2020

HSBC Adopts R3 Corda Blockchain For Letter Of Credit On Blockchain

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, finance, robotics/AI

There is countless paperwork involved in conventional trading systems across borders. For instance, exporters and importers have to wait for their respective banks to verify purchase and receipts before issuing a letter of credit.

All because there is no trust within the system. So, the need for a trustless system that will automate a letter of credit is a must.

The average time to issue a Letter of Credit is 5–10 working days. However, that won’t be the case for a letter of credit on the Blockchain.

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Jan 17, 2020

DeepMind found an AI learning technique also works in human brains

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Researchers at tech firm DeepMind have found that a learning technique used by AI is also used by dopamine neurons in the brain.

Jan 17, 2020

AlphaFold makes its mark in predicting protein structures

Posted by in categories: entertainment, robotics/AI

Players applaud, say words like Whoo, bang plastic knives on the table and enjoy the best weekends with artificial intelligence as the main act, thanks to AI unleashed in games.

WIRED UK’s science editor, Matt Reynolds, looked at DeepMind’s impact on AI milestones: “It has outplayed Go champions, bested professional StarCraft players and turned its attention to chess and shogi.”

Let the games continue but the serious stuff must seriously shine. In brief, we can admire that unleashing AI for the purpose of scientific discovery has become especially alive and well thanks to research at DeepMind.

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