Robotic Farming of the Future

The University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics are pioneers when it comes to robotic farming. Having developed a series of driverless tractors, they give us a sneak peek of how future farms and orchards will operate in the era of mass automation. For more videos, subscribe to Mashable News: Visit Mashable on the web: Give us a follow: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

Simple Voice Controlled Home Automation

📖📕 GET THE NEW TINKERNUT BOOK: 📕📖 Ever wanted to make your home automatically do what you ask it? In this video, I make a cheap home automation system that you can control with your phone and/or your voice! _____________________________ =#=#=#= Important Links =#=#=#= Project page – Behind The Scenes – Coming Soon! Download My App! – _____________________________ =#=#=#= Become a Patron =#=#=#= _____________________________ =#=#=#= Submit your ideas =#=#=#= _____________________________ =#=#=#= Support the show =#=#=#= _____________________________ =#=#=#= Follow =#=#=#= When I was little I always dreamt ofliving in the home of the future where everything was automated and voice controlled.Though the home of the future is becoming more and more of a reality the cost of having such a smart home canbe very pricey. And, frankly, I think I can do it myself much cheaper. So let's see if I'mright. So here's the basic idea of what I'm trying to create something that canturn the lights on and off the can be controlled wirelessly either from myphone or through voice or both and also something that is relatively cheap. Can Ido it? I don't know. So let's start tinkering. In order to remotely turn this lamp onand off all need…

A Robot Teaches Itself How to Walk

Cornell University professor Hod Lipson demonstrates how a robot can teach itself to walk without any knowledge of its form and function. “Within a relatively small number of these babbling actions, it will figure out what it looks like,” Lipson says. He adds that eventually “it can figure out how to move.” —- Join an audience at swissnex San Francisco as scientists from Switzerland and the US discuss their research on humanoid robots, cognitive robotics, and artificial intelligence (AI). Hear how some robots self-reflect, self-improve, and adapt to new circumstances, and whether it’s possible for robots of the future to possess the same cognitive characteristics as humans. Cornell University’s Hod Lipson is seeking to understand if machines can learn analytical laws automatically. For centuries, scientists have attempted to identify and document analytical laws underlying physical phenomena in nature. Despite the prevalence of computing power, the process of finding natural laws and their corresponding equations has resisted automation. Lipson has developed machines that take in information about their environment and discover natural laws all on their own, even learning to walk. Rolf Pfeifer directs the Artificial Intelligence Lab at the University of Zurich. Together with his scientific assistant Pascal Kaufmann, Pfeifer…

These Robots Have Mastered Bottle-Flipping

In this year’s RoboCon in Japan, teams of high school students built a bunch of bottle-flipping robots that can nail the internet challenge better than most of us.

Shopping with a ROBOT TROLLEY | Kids Invent Stuff

We build kids’ invention ideas and Zander challenged us to build his robot shopping trolley. So here’s what happened when we took it to the local supermarket – retro style! A big thank you to the IET for their ongoing support of our work: And thanks to ASDA for letting us drive a robot trolley around their store! Have you seen us racing a giant cake on wheels? Email: [email protected] Facebook: Twitter: wir sind der festen inventar sander [Musik] [Musik] [Musik] [Musik] [Musik] [Musik] welcome to the future [Musik] 2006 gewann er den fensterbänken subscribe to see more crazy inventions [Musik]

ABB Robot Playing Snooker

This is a demonstration of an ABB IRB120 robot playing snooker. This demo was created by Geku Automation. Please visit for more information.

Warehouse Robots at Work

IEEE spectrum ( takes you inside Kiva Systems’ robotic warehouse, where orange robots make inventory move instead of workers.