Say hi to Stevie! Engineers at Trinity College Dublin build robot to help battle loneliness

By |May 16th, 2019|Robotics|

IrelandÕs first socially assistive AI robot 'Stevie II' from robotics engineers at Trinity College Dublin, with Niamh Donnelly, a researcher with the Robotics and Innovation lab, during a special demonstration at the Science Gallery in Dublin. Brian Lawless/PA WireIrelandÕs first socially assistive AI robot 'Stevie II' from robotics engineers at Trinity College Dublin [...]

Robotics engineers unveil ‘Stevie II’ – Ireland’s first socially assistive AI robot

By |May 16th, 2019|Robotics|

Robotics engineers from Trinity College Dublin today unveiled ‘Stevie II’ – Ireland’s first socially assistive robot with advanced artificial intelligence (AI) features – at a special demonstration at Science Gallery Dublin. Stevie II is the successor to Stevie, a prototype assistance robot who took the country by storm in 2017 (see here). Stevie [...]

Machines that eat, mutate like living beings built by Cornell engineers- Technology News, Firstpost

By |April 25th, 2019|Robotics|

tech2 News StaffApr 23, 2019 17:28:36 ISTScientists at Cornell University have managed a massive leap towards building life-like robots, by building an organic machine that moves and eats on its own. It also eventually dies and decays like people do — a first in the world of robotics. Using a technology known as DNA-based Assembly and [...]

BYU engineers showcase soft, ‘people-friendly’ robots

By |March 23rd, 2019|Robotics|

PROVO, Utah (ABC4 News) - Mechanical engineers at Brigham Young University have created an inflatable robot that's designed to be safe and "people-friendly.""Traditionally, robots are pretty dangerous so there are lots of places we think soft robots have some nice applications," said BYU robotics researcher Marc Killpack, a professor of mechanical engineering.BYU says [...]

Dowlands Community students make it to Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge final

By |March 22nd, 2019|Robotics|

A group of Hassocks students have been selected to compete in the UK finals of an engineering competition. A team of ten Downlands Community School students have made it to the final of Tomorrow’s Engineers EEP Robotics Challenge. Oliver Barton, Alex Binks, Henry Crowther, Felix Garmston-Newman, Adam Parvin, Ned Richardson, Nina Walford, Dylan [...]