Michele Di Francesco and Barbara Henry met to describe what can we expect from the unstoppable development of Artificial Intelligence.
We may not be far from the mass and everyday use of robots. Soon robots will be living in our houses, they will help us with our domestic chores, in helping the elderly, and will be useful for [...]
The first flexible robot, capable of imitating the behaviour of tendrils and coiling around a support, has been created by researchers from the Center of Micro-BioRobotics of the IIT-Italian [...]
Bioengineers from the University of Cambridge have succeeded in making a robotic hand, with the help of a 3D printer, that plays the piano, albeit rudimentarily.
According to a study published in Nature Communication, we could be getting closer to computers and other devices known as neuromorphic.
The year 2019 is the year in which one of the most famous science fiction films ever made, Blade Runner, filmed in 1982 by Ridley Scott, is actually happening.
Researchers at MIT have created the first artificial neuronal network that can recognize sounds like a human ear. Notably, scientists focused on two auditory tasks: speech and music. Their model [...]
Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming the focus of attention of political institutions. Its implications and how to drive innovation forward was discussed recently at the G7 summit [...]
Can even artificial intelligence suffer from depression, or experience hallucinations, like the human brain? The question is much less odd than it might seem, according to Zachary Mainen, a [...]
Congenital deformities of the spine, like idiopathic scoliosis and pathologic kyphosis, will be able to be corrected in a personalized and more efficient way thanks to a flexible robotic [...]