Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Robots

Robots
Marc Teyssier, PhD student at Telecom Paris Tech Engineering school, poses with his robot finger 'MobiLimb', that attaches to a mobile phone, after an interview with Reuters in Paris

A Wagging Finger Sticking Out of Your Mobile Phone Is Creepy....

PARIS (Reuters)  A French researcher has invented a robot finger that attaches to your mobile phone. It can wriggle across your desk. It can stroke...
The signature of the team of French entrepreneurs Obvious is seen on the artwork "La Comtesse de Belamy" during an interview in Paris

The Artist as An Algorithm: Robot-Made Rembrandt for Sale

By Michaela Cabrera PARIS (Reuters) Robots can do many of the jobs previously performed by humans, but could they ever replace artists? A team of French entrepreneurs...
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Robot Hand Learns Real World Moves in Virtual Training

By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) Researchers backed by Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk and Silicon Valley financier Sam Altman have found a novel way to use...
The Wider Image: Smart bots: China's sex doll makers jump on AI drive

Smart Bots: China’s Sex Doll Makers Jump on AI Drive

ZHONGSHAN, China (Reuters) Amid Beijing's push to turn the country into an artificial intelligence (AI) powerhouse and embed the technology in all facets of...
Engine maker Rolls-Royce demonstrates one of its robots, inspired by snakes and cockroaches, that could be used in the future to help it inspect and repair engines, at the Farnborough International Airshow, in Farnborough

Rolls-Royce Looks to Robot Snakes and Beetles for Engine Upkeep

FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) Engine maker Rolls-Royce is exploring the idea of using robots inspired by snakes and cockroaches to help it inspect and repair...
Workers operate a drone to survey high-voltage power lines of electric company Westnetz near Wilnsdorf

Power to The Drones: Utilities Place Bets on Robots

By Stephen Jewkes and Christoph Steitz MILAN/FRANKFURT (Reuters)  Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power...
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