Automated Rehabilitation: Reducing Recovery Times

Automation may be the future of rehabilitation. By increasing physical therapy motions fivefold, the Harmony robot could revolutionize upper-body recovery.

What Robots Can’t Grasp

There are some things robots just can’t grasp. Literally. A team of engineers and data scientists at the University of California, Berkeley’s AUTOLAB is working to help these robots develop the know-how to pick up a range of oddly-shaped items.

These 3 AI-Powered Technologies May Innovate the Eldercare Industry

By 2060, the number of Americans over the age of 65 is expected to increase to more than 98 million. Learn about three AI-powered technologies that aim to change the level of care for this aging population with sophisticated wearables, hearing aid sensors and robots that help elderly people with dementia and other limitations.

High-five an Olympic Athlete: Robots to Virtually Transport Fans to Tokyo 2020

While sports enthusiasts are planning their July 2020 trips to Tokyo for the summer Olympic Games, Toyota Motor Corporation is stirring up the telepresence robot market with models that help remote fans interact with athletes and virtually attend the games, assist guests with disabilities, fetch javelins and more.

Modeled After Mother Nature, These Robots May Save the Oceans

Soft robots—and their use in nature observation and exploration—are not new, but combining research with artificial intelligence is helping scientists create next-gen robots that offer new promise for monitoring marine life.

Five (More) Experts Weigh in on AI

From caffeinated beverages crafted by robots to fuel delivery in space aboard an uncrewed spacecraft, artificial intelligence (AI) is being used in new and exciting ways every day. Hear from five experts in various verticals as they discuss the future of AI and what it means to their businesses and related fields.