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I seen this posted by VMWare on LinkedIn of all places and it is a beautiful example of mixing Art, AI and Robots and Human-Robot Collaboration to create an amazing Art display.  The interview with Artist and Researcher Sougwen Chung is part of VMWare's Radius - Stories at the Edge series which covers a wide range of topics.  Here they ask Sougwen 20 questions to get her input on how humans and robots can collaborate to create great works of art.   It's very inspiring.   h ...
Traditionally if you wanted a robot to be able to move about in a controlled manner, you would build a drivetrain of some sort that comprised of very specific parts that were designed to do a very specific task. As robots continue to get smaller and smaller every year, engineers are constantly having to devise new methods to give these small robots precise and stable motion. A group of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Northwestern University has come up with what could be ...
Small robots are beginning to play major roles in medicine, and there is clear evidence that nano-robots will play an even larger role, but researchers are still working out how to fabricate and automate those tiny robots. Recently, engineers from MIT have developed a new 3D printing method that is able to create tiny robot-like structures that are easily manipulated with magnetic fields. This is possible thanks to a special ink that is infused with microscopic magnetic particles. As the ink is ...

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