Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
10 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

▶ NAO Next Gen : the new robot of Aldebaran Robotics - YouTube

NAO Next Gen: Aldebaran Robotics launches a new generation of its humanoid robot Aldebaran Robotics, the world leader in humanoid robotics, has released its ...
Takis Sakkis's insight:

YouTube video showing off a few of NAO's abilities.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

Industrial robots: 5 most popular applications

Industrial robots: 5 most popular applications | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
List of the 5 most popular applications for robots in industry.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Article providing information about the 5 most common uses for industrial robots.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

HowStuffWorks "10 Hardest Things to Teach a Robot"

HowStuffWorks "10 Hardest Things to Teach a Robot" | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Robots can do lots of things, but there are still some tasks that are tough to teach them. Find out what the 10 hardest things to teach a robot are.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Article discussing the 10 hardest things to program a robot to be able to do.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

Google: Our Robot Cars Are Better Drivers Than Puny Humans | MIT Technology Review

Google: Our Robot Cars Are Better Drivers Than Puny Humans | MIT Technology Review | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Tests of Google’s autonomous vehicles in California and Nevada suggests they already outperform human drivers.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Article discussing ways in which Google's self-driving cars may be better drivers than humans are.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

Nao: a friendly and interactive robot

Nao: a friendly and interactive robot | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
NAO is a 58-cm tall humanoid robot. It's small, cute and round. You can't help but love it! NAO is intended to be a friendly companion around the house. It moves, recognizes you, hears you, and even talks to you! Since its birth in 2006, it has been constantly evolving to please, amuse, understand, and love you; in short, to one day become your friend.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Provides basic information about the NAO a fairly advanced robot that already exists and can be programmed by it's users.

 

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

The Rapid Advance of Artificial Intelligence

The Rapid Advance of Artificial Intelligence | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Scientists and engineers are creating a world in which cars drive themselves, machines recognize people and humanoid robots travel unattended.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

A Webpage that looks advances in artificial intelligence and how they are being used to build more advanced robots.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

Learn about Industrial Robots

This site has a bunch of information about robots and robotics.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Webpage describing a few different types of industrial robots.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

HowStuffWorks "How ASIMO Works"

The ASIMO by Honda is the most advanced humanoid robot in the world. Learn about the Honda ASIMO and find out why the ASIMO design is ideal for helping the disabled.
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Webpage with lots of detailed information about the ASIMO, a

humanoid robot being developed over the past 20 years by Honda.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Takis Sakkis
Scoop.it!

The Future Is All Robots. But Will We Even Notice?

The Future Is All Robots. But Will We Even Notice? | Robotics & Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
VideoBy Mike Loukides, O'Reilly Media We've watched the rising interest in robotics for the past few years. It may have started with the birth of FIRST Robotics competitions, continued with the iRobot and the Roomba, and more recently with Google's driverless cars. But in the last few weeks, there has been a [...]
Takis Sakkis's insight:

Article that argues that even though our future and even present are filled with robots we will likely not think of them as robots.

 

more...
No comment yet.