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SpotMini Can Dance Now

A quadruped robot dance-off is inevitable. At IROS in Madrid a few weeks ago, Marc Raibert showed a few new videos during his keynote presentation. One was of Atlas doing parkour, which showed up on YouTube last week, and the other was just a brief clip of SpotMini dancing, which Raibert said was a work in progress. Today, Boston Dynamics posted a new video of SpotMini (which they’re increasingly referring to as simply “Spot”) dancing to Uptown Funk, and frankly displaying more talent than the original human performance.

This Artificial Intelligence System Predicts The Future To Help You Around...

No, we’re not talking about anything like Roko’s Basilisk — it can’t travel through time or take over the world (at least not yet). Instead, fortune-telling AI...

A new brain-inspired architecture could improve how computers handle data and...

Today's computers are built on the von Neumann architecture, developed in the 1940s. Von Neumann computing systems feature a central processer that executes logic...

AI Startups: Here’s Your Guide to Get Beyond the Hype and...

My LinkedIn and Twitter feeds are flooded with AI news these days, as are most popular news media outlets. And with good reason: McKinsey...

Miami hotel reveals robot butler that can greet guests

Written By Annie Palmer For Dailymail.com A Miami hotel has hired a robot to handle room service. Yotelpad, a 30-story building that's part hotel, part condominium,...

MIT to invest $1bn in major bet on AI and the...

Investment will more than double the size of AI-focused faculty at MIT.Investment will more than double the size of AI-focused faculty at MIT.

New robot picks a peck of peppers and more

The    world's most advanced sweet pepper harvesting robot, developed in a consortium including Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers, was introduced last week...

Snake-inspired robot uses kirigami to move

Who  needs legs? With their sleek bodies, snakes can slither up to 14 miles-per-hour, squeeze into tight space, scale trees and swim. How do...

Proactive approach to defending computer systems

A team of researchers from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and the Gwangju Institute of Science and...