Wednesday, July 28

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They print a robotic hand in 3D to play Nintendo | Digital Trends Spanish

A team of researchers at the University of Maryland has 3D printed a soft robotic hand so agile that it can play Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. This project is an innovation in the field of soft robotics, which focuses on creating new types of flexible robots that run on air or water instead of electricity. This type of device would have important applications such as prostheses and biomedical devices. "Until now, each finger on a soft robotic hand needed its own line of control, limiting its portability and usefulness," explains co-author Joshua Hubbard. University of Maryland."But by 3D printing the soft robotic hand with our built-in fluidic transistors, you can play Nintendo based on a single pressure input." In this way, guided by a program that autonomously alternated the low, mediu...
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Russian humanoid robot is made for office work | Digital Trends Spanish

In Russia, they created a robot to do office work. His name is Alex, and he's been featured recently at a convention, where he drew attention for his gestures that simulate a human, but definitely don't look all that human. Alex is a product of Promobot, a Russian company dedicated to the design and manufacture of robots. Alex's job will be that of a bureaucratic assistant, as in addition to filling out and scanning forms, he will also print documents and deliver information on some topics to those who ask. У России новый киборг - человекоподобный робот Алекc. Он будет заполнять документы и жить в крошечной хрущёвке. Слепки для его лица снимали с живого работника МФЦ. У нас два союзника - робот Фёдор и киборг Алекс pic.twitter.com/Gq0hYCzhb5 & mdash; Лента.ру (@lentaruofficial) Ju...
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They are inspired by cockroaches for a hard-to-squash robot | Digital Trends Spanish

It is very common for humans to be inspired by the natural world to carry out some of the most important technological advances. In the case of robots, many of them are based on characteristics taken from animals. This has happened with this particular prototype developed at the University of Berkeley and which seems to mimic a cockroach. The objective of the team in charge was to create a robot that could perform tasks in places that are difficult to access and where it can continue to operate after suffering any type of damage. And like cockroaches it is practically impossible to squash. In fact, in tests it proved capable of supporting a load of up to six times its own weight. Part of its strength is due to its simplicity. This robot has been made from a small curved plate of piez...
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This robot perfectly imitates human facial expressions | Digital Trends Spanish

A basic argument in almost all dystopian stories is that in the future machines may be almost the same as humans and it seems that reality is dangerously close to fiction. A team of engineering researchers from Columbia University in New York has developed EVA, a humanoid (specifically a head) capable of replicating human facial expressions. Hod Lipson, who leads the development team, explains in the statement that the idea for EVA was born a few years ago after he and his students realized that the robots in the lab stared blankly. To make the prototype capable of imitating the gestures of a human, artificial muscles made with 3D prints and formed by cables and motors were placed on it. These cables pull specific points on the robot's face so that it can make facial expressions rela...
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Japanese Create Gundam That Can Be Mentally Controlled | Digital Trends Spanish

Japanese researchers created a small robot that can be controlled through the mind, making one of the most exciting technological concepts in anime a reality, it reported. Next Shark. The model is based on the robot Zaku from the Mobile Suit cartoon saga. The robot has been used since 2019 by Zeonic Technics, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) educational entity that teaches robotics. Of course, to make it work, you had to program it through a smartphone application. The news is that Neu, a joint venture between Tohoku University and the Hitachi brand, developed a prototype that moves in response to brain activity. Neu's technology includes a headband-like device that syncs with the robot. This sends data to the Zeonic Technics application, which then activates ...
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This cockroach-inspired robot runs on water | Digital Trends Spanish

A group of researchers and developers from Israel has presented a novel robot whose design and characteristics are inspired by nature. It is AmphiSTAR, an amphibious robot capable of running at high speed on water in addition to swimming. According to its designers, it also copes quite well on other types of terrain, including the most difficult. The making of this prototype has been inspired by cockroaches and lizards and was presented virtually at the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). The AmphiSTAR is the size of the palm of your hand. It has wheels and is equipped with four propellers that can be tilted during the expansion mechanism. The propellers also act as wheels on the ground and as fins capable of propelling the robot over the water. As ...
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Disney created a terrifying robot that can look you in the eye | Digital Trends Spanish

A Disney research team wanted to create a robot that would look directly into the eyes of its interlocutor, to give it a more human appearance. The result was as realistic as it was terrifying. The robot is actually a static torso — but in an elegant dress shirt — supporting a very animated and articulate head. Its creators sought that the robotic face perform eye movements similar to those of flesh and blood people, reported Gizmodo. In truth, the robot is far from looking like a human being, but despite the lack of muscles and skin it represents "a step forward in the attempt to create a robot that could potentially fool a real person," they say in Disney. With a chest-mounted sensor, the robot can identify when a person is trying to interact with it directly and even turn to fa...
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This is the Neuralink robot surgeon presented by Elon Musk | Digital Trends Spanish

On Thursday, August 28, 2020, Elon Musk showed live the benefits of his Neuralink brain chip project. This initiative aims to install neural links in human brains to help treat neurodegenerative diseases. Musk showed the machine that will be used to insert the implants into the brain, but his presentation focused more on the Link V0.9 chip that will be inserted into the heads of patients. This Friday, TechCrunch provided more details of Neuralink's surgical robot, created by the industrial design firm Woke studio, based in Vancouver, Canada. The site explains that Musk engineers and scientists created the underlying technology, but Woke developed the look of the robot and the articles that will address the user experience. To start with, the robot is absolutely white to...
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Crazy experiment: artificial intelligence studied the Bible | Digital Trends Spanish

There are already artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms trained to write texts, but the one created by engineer and quantum computing expert George Dávila Durendal goes further. He invented a language processing algorithm from a version of the Bible called the King James. He baptized her as AI Jesus, reports Futurism. In Dávila's own words, in these times of "trials and tribulations" he intends to give satisfactory answers to those who have no religion, especially those who experience more faith in robots. And write in your Blog about its creation: “This AI learned human language by reading the Bible and nothing but the Bible. He absorbed every word more thoroughly than any monk in all the monasteries that have ever existed. Specifically, it is a Boltzmannian natur...
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Robot tested to repair gastric wounds with bioprinting | Digital Trends Spanish

They use human cells as ink and are programmed to build human tissues and organs. 3D bioprinters are already a reality in some countries and can even be used to create custom body parts in transplant surgeries. There are also bioprinters that create new tissues to repair injuries. But these kits are usually too large and only allow their use on external wounds. But Professor Tao Xu, who works at Tsinghua University in China, set out to overcome that limitation, reported New Atlas. In collaboration with PhD student Wenxiang Zhao, he developed a prototype snake-shaped robot that can be endoscopically inserted into a patient's stomach. Tsinghua University It is a delta-type robot, made up of two bases joined by three kinematic chains or arms that move independently. The r...