Isaac Arthur ponders what the future of AI/human interaction will look like and the social/ethical implications thereof.
Engadget has a first look at Samsung’s robot chef.
Normally when I miss breakfast, it’s by choice. Today, it was because I was in a rush to get to Samsung’s booth on the CES show floor and see if I could get any face time with the company’s cute new rolling robot. (That, uh, didn’t go so great.) The trip was still well worth it, though, because I got to eat a tofu salad partially made by a pair of robotic arms slung from the bottom of some kitchen cabinets.
Two Minute Papers dives into the paper “Form2Fit: Learning Shape Priors for Generalizable Assembly from Disassembly” in this video.
ExplainingComputers takes a closer look at the “JetBot,” a computer vision powered robots built on top a Jetson Nano.
In this episode of BBC Click, the team goes swinging with Francesco Molinari, chats death with Hollywood actor Sean Bean and explores the latest in robotic surgery