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Pioneering robots

Edge Hill University’s Dr Ardhendu Behera, from the Computer Science Department, is leading a project to build pioneering robots to help monitor and care for older people, patients and autistic children. A team of students have spent the summer teaching Robbie, a toddler sized robot, to recognise 90 common objects as well as human actions and emotions. To read more visit; I'm a senior senior lecturer in computing and my research focused on computer vision and artificial intelligence which is basically when will people look at things and recognize quite quickly how to train a machine or robot to do the same things Robbie we started with us a very trying to recognize first human faces know the male/female and also it can say estimate your age gender age and then we moved into the Robbie it can detect objects different there are 90 different objects common objects we use so students yeah they are the key part of this project they are the one though in the idea is mind but they implemented it on the machine so they did programming they trained the negatives the datasets we got the datasets from available publicly available large datasets which around…

Meet the Robots Powering Japan's New Tech Movement

On this episode of Hello World, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Ashlee Vance heads to Japan to find people who are trying to wake the country up from its technological slumber. His journey goes from Tokyo to Kyoto and Osaka. Along the way, he meets with Japan’s top roboticists making lifelike androids. He heads to Hitachi’s vaunted research labs to see the machines – robot helpers and autonomous vehicles – that the company thinks will take care of Japan’s senior citizens in the years to come. And he hangs out with a host of eccentric characters from robotics hobbyists to the world’s most prolific inventor–an 88-year-old man who claims to have invented both the floppy disk and the most stimulating sex potion known to man. ———- Hello World is a Webby and Emmy-nominated video series from Bloomberg that invites the viewer to come on a journey across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future. Join journalist and best-selling author Ashlee Vance on a quest to find the freshest, weirdest tech creations and the beautiful freaks behind them. Watch more Hello World episodes: Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: Bloomberg is the First Word in business news,…

Fiad – Factory-in-a-day: final project video

Small and medium enterprises in Europe often refrain from using advanced robot technology. The EU-project Factory-in-a-Day aimed at changing this by developing a robotic system that is to set up, operational in 24 hours and is flexible, leasable and cheap. The video shows the results and achievements of the project after 4 years of work. robot automation een crisis de productieve tea en de specially small and medium enterprises used to improve their competitive and therefore create jobs de main barrier voor the small and medium enterprises is de high kost and installation time voor robot systems in order to tackle this problem we starten de factory in de d project furby leising de vision and ultimately wie want to be able to installer robot met in een single day wel in order to achieve this card liefst approach dus kobe kruis one day is a little bit too and business wie brought together in ovation aan de viel de hardware 3d printing software open source robots software and business innovations goed is all together in one large european project en de wissels pensioen today de first step of een robot installation process is de discussion with a customer de…

5 EPIC ROBOT Suits You Won't Believe EXIST

Sources & Credits: Thumbnail: Method 2 By Vitaly Bulgarov 5. Prosthesis 4. MK 3 Powered Jacket 3. Kuratas 2. MegaBots Mk 2 & 3 1. Method-1 Music: “Escape From Area 51” By K1Woods Licence purchased from premiumbeat.com a new evolution of robotic suits literally boozes man with machine so let's dive into the evolving fields and look at 5 epic creations at number 5 the ominous prothesis developers 2d auntie robot had a vision build a giant robot suit which would participate in an elite racing league that dream is starting to become a reality at the 14-foot tall 3 ton robot is currently in its late phase of development it is built out of electro hydraulics and it's controlled to the pilots arms movement the machine can theoretically run up to 20 miles per hour and it will last over 30 minutes for charge there has not been a lot of video footage proving that the proteases is a workable concept which proves that it's truly something to be fearful of so we'll just have to wait and see until this robot stops powering its way to the racetrack number 4 the mark 3 power jackets they muted in…

AUTOMATICA – Robots Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford

► Album & 4k Video: ► Spotify: Subscribe and like to see more Robot videos, as I release them for my album Automatica. Robots rock, they were fun to work with. My favorite is the robotic drummer. More work to be done, and maybe I could play with them live. Stay tuned 🙂 Thank you to Kuka, Sennheiser and Roland

Parkour Atlas

Atlas does parkour. The control software uses the whole body including legs, arms and torso, to marshal the energy and strength for jumping over the log and leaping up the steps without breaking its pace. (Step height 40 cm.) Atlas uses computer vision to locate itself with respect to visible markers on the approach to hit the terrain accurately. For more information visit www.BostonDynamics.com.

Can we trust a robot? | Prof. Benjamin Kuipers, University of Michigan

Prof. Benjamin Kuipers discusses how advances in AI and robotics have raised concerns about the impact on our society of intelligent robots, unconstrained by morality or ethics. we are looking ahead at a time when robots are going to be increasingly involved in our society so if we're going to put a lot of robots in society we should know how those action choices are going to affect the welfare of society people like to raise questions about whether we're going to have a robot apocalypse mobit commando fires his secret weapon he takes orders from no one but I think there are some real dangers I've been working to understand the relationship between ethics and individual behavior and the welfare of society and it turns out to be caught up very much in the question of trust and the importance of trust for cooperation we count on humans to have the common sense and the ethics not to make plans that will harm other people in a very substantial way it's not clear at the beginning whether our robots are going to have those kinds of filters on their actions in general the notion of having robots whose values…