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June 3, 2019 | Source: GCN, gcn.com, Sara Friedman, 22 May 2019
Air Force, MIT Launch AI Accelerator
The Air Force and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology plan to launch an artificial intelligence accelerator program focused on fast-tracking AI technologies through...
May 24, 2019 | Source: BGR, bgr.com, Mike Wehner, 20 May 2019
NASA’s Floating Robot ‘Bee’ Is Alive and Well Aboard the ISS
NASA is betting big on the future of space robots. As automated gadgets become more and more advances, scientists are starting to imagine how robots could not only aid space...
May 21, 2019 | Source: 3D Printing Industry, Anas Essop, 23 April 2019
NASA and TTH Use Carbon 3-D Printing to Create Seeker Spacecraft Inspection Robots
The Technology House (TTH), a product development service provider, has used Digital Light Synthesis (DLS) 3-D printing technology from Silicon-valley based Carbonto to help...
March 15, 2019 | Source: FCW, fcw.com, Mark Rockwell, 28 February 2019
RPA: 'It's entry-level AI'
Federal agencies that have begun harnessing softwarebots to automate repetitive processes in their internal operations are eliminating low-value work and setting the stage for...
January 28, 2019 | Source: University of Central Florida Today News, today.ucf.edu, Zenaida Gonzalez Kotala, 10 January 2019
Steam-Powered Asteroid Hoppers Developed Through University of Central Florida (UCF) Collaboration
By using steam rather than fuel, the microwave-size spacecraft prototype can theoretically explore celestial objects "forever." Using steam to propel a spacecraft from asteroid to...
January 14, 2019 | Source: FESTO, festo.com,
BionicFinWave's Undulating Fin Propulsion May Give Underwater Drones More Precise Control
Underwater robot with unique undulating fin drive. The marine planarian, cuttlefish and Nile perch have one thing in common: in order to propel themselves, they use their fins to...
December 17, 2018 | Source: Business Insider, nordic.businessinsider.com, Sten Lock, 29 May 2018
Reykjavik University Achieves Holy Grail of Airborne Technology-Drone That Looks and Flies Like a Bird
Drones are all the rage these days, but the technology still has its limitations. Drones can be noisy and easily spotted, which makes them difficult to use for surveillance...
Survivability and Vulnerability
November 5, 2018 | Source: IEEE Spectrum, spectrum.ieee.org, Evan Ackerman, 15 May 2018
Laser-Powered Robot Insect Achieves Lift-Off
Everything is better with lasers, especially tiny robot insects. For robots of all sizes, power is a fundamental problem. Any robot that moves is constrained in one way or another...
October 22, 2018 | Source: California Institute of Technology, caltech.edu, 15 May 2018, Robert Perkins
No Motor, No Battery, No Problem
New robot concept uses responsive materials to swim through water. Engineers at Caltech and ETH Zurich have developed robots capable of self-propulsion without using any motors,...
October 8, 2018 | Source: U.S. Army, arl.army.mil, 15 Mar 2018, ARL Public Affairs
Scientists Mimic Neural Tissue in Army-Funded Research
"Enabling a breakthrough in robotic augmentation of high-tempo military maneuver and operations requires disrupting the notion of an intelligent system as a rigid multi-body...