Do you remember back in 2015 the story of that black and blue dress that some people saw as white and gold? Or was it that white and gold dress that some people saw as black and blue? Anyway, we now have a new viral sensation: an audio clip is breaking the Internet because people can’t seem to agree whether it says yanny or laurel.
If you ask Boston Dynamics what is its purpose, you will be told that it is to change “your idea of what robots can do.” Now get ready to be amazed because its latest version of the SpotMini robot can open doors for its friends with its jaw. And if you think that this can’t be as impressive as the dancing bot that can do backflips, well just watch this video:
It’s been 12 years since Sony hasn’t released a robotic dog. Good news, the company’s artificial intelligence robots – known as Aibo – are back on the market. The new robodog was unveiled a few hours ago at the CES in Las Vegas and it made quite an appearance.
The Consumer Electronics Show kicked off on Tuesday in Las Vegas and we can’t wait to show you the best products that were launched so far. With 4,000 companies introducing their innovations to the marketplace, you can bet we found some pretty cool new technologies.
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Will Smith is probably laughing so hard right now… While Elon Musk is probably crying so hard! So, will the I, Robot plot become reality? All we have to do to find out is wait and see. Saudi Arabia has just granted citizenship to a robot called Sophia in Riyadh on Wednesday. Pretty futuristic for a country that only granted women the right to drive a few weeks ago.
Researchers at Google have been working on robot learning through shared experiences between multiple robots. This means that one robot’s learned experience can be shared with other robots through a computer’s hive mind. One robot using multiple learning experiences speeds up the process of learning to do complex tasks. Continue reading “Google Robots Share Experiences to Learn Faster”