Instead of coding a mechanical quadruped’s movements line by line, Google researchers fed it videos of real-life pups. Now it can even chase its tail.
We’ve been led to believe that robots and AI are replacing humans en masse. But this economic catastrophe is blowing up that myth.
Surgeons use muscle grafts to amplify nerve signals—allowing amputees to control a new prosthetic with incredible precision.
The nerves in human fingertips are great at sensing things. For robots, learning to touch is more complicated.