A robotic arm setup is equipped with a sensorized soft brush and aided by a camera to study the complex nature of manipulating and brushing…View More RoboWig: A Robot That Can Help You Untangle Your Hair
A new artificial intelligence system generates fake documents to fool adversaries. During World War II, British intelligence agents planted false documents on a corpse to…View More Cybersecurity Researchers Build a Better “Canary Trap” – Using AI to Generate Fake Documents
A tiny Starship Enterprise fires on a tiny Klingon Battle cruiser with real animated images created in thin air. Credit: BYU Using lasers to create…View More Hologram Experts Can Now Create Real-Life Images That Move in the Air – Like a “A 3D Printer for Light”
Figure 1. “Motion in mind” model for different games. The graph depicts various quantities of the model plotted against the difficult of solving uncertainty in…View More The brain game: What causes engagement and addiction to video games?
Princeton researchers have created a new chip that speeds artificial intelligence systems called neural nets while slashing power use. The chips could help bring advanced…View More Pushing Computing to the Edge With Innovative Microchip Design to Make AI Accessible in Real-Time
The material keyboard realized by the ETH Zurich researchers. By applying electric voltages (“keys”) at different points, the magic-angle graphene can become locally superconducting (electron…View More Nanotechnology Breakthrough: A Material-Keyboard Made of Graphene
When sensors, communication, memory and computation are removed from a group of simple robots, certain sets of complex tasks can still be accomplished by leveraging…View More BOBbots: Simple Robots, Smart Algorithms
MIT researchers developed a picking robot that combines vision with radio frequency (RF) sensing to find and grasps objects, even if they’re hidden from view.…View More Robot That Senses Hidden Objects – “We’re Trying to Give Robots Superhuman Perception”
Batteries and similar devices accept, store, and release electricity on demand. Batteries use chemistry, in the form of chemical potential, to store energy, just like…View More Science Made Simple: What Are Batteries and How Do They Work?
Credit: University of Glasgow Scientists have found a way to equip everyday objects like smartphones and laptops with a bat-like sense of their surroundings. At…View More “Bat-Sense” Technology for Smartphones Generates Images From Sound