Physical therapists are now using robotics powered by artificial intelligence to help patients learn to move their hands, arms, and legs again.
What’s easy for humans can be so hard for a robot. But innovations in gripping, software, and collaborative robots are leading to rapidly improving capabilities -- while increasing the number of possible applications.
Using medical robots for elderly care will vastly reduce the current astronomical cost of elderly care.
Haptic technology is a way for machines and other devices to replicate this sensorial feedback.
Robots-as-a-Service (RaaS) is bringing the benefits of automation to small business. Visit the Robotics.org blog to learn more.
What if you could build a levee wall without risking life and limb? That’s where swarm-bots come in.