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MIT 3D prints a working robot by combining liquids and solids

MIT 3D prints a working robot by combining liquids and solids New materials are becoming available to use, the printers are getting more precise, and the tools to help you design 3D objects to print are improving.That could soon be a thing of the past, though, if MIT’s latest 3D printing technique pans out.

Scientists develop a robot capable of listening when told it's wrong, in real time

Scientists develop a robot capable of listening when told it's wrong, in real time Now a research team from Boston University and MIT’s CSAIL have successfully enabled Baxter to interpret and obey brain waves in real time.” Their setup gave Baxter a simple sorting task and a human judge wearing an EEG cap.

Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee wins Turing Award, comes out against erosion of online privacy

Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee wins Turing Award, comes out against erosion of online privacy Famed British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee has been honored repeatedly over the years for his role inventing the World Wide Web as we know it.Now, he’s won the 2016 Turing Award, widely considered to be the Nobel Prize of computing.

MIT AI Gives Meaning to Social Media Food Pics

MIT AI Gives Meaning to Social Media Food Pics There is no shame in posting filtered photos of food to social media.“In computer vision, food is mostly neglected because we don’t have the large-scale datasets needed to make predictions,” MIT postdoc Yusuf Aytar said in a statement.

MIT 3D Printer Turns Anyone Into a Roboticist

MIT 3D Printer Turns Anyone Into a Roboticist Start your own robot revolution with MIT CSAIL’s “Interactive Robogami” system.Researchers from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are developing a way to design, print, and assemble a simple cyborg in as little as four hours.