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MRI
Technology In medical imaging, less data could be better. AI is frequently used to analyze images. In this case, AI is actually creating the images. [...]
Source: Popular Science
New Job Shops contest offers chance to win a welding and cutting package from ESAB [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow News
Robotics technology brings several benefits for both patients and surgeons. It allows for precise and real-time movement of the instruments and unparalleled view of the area under surgery. Each instrument in the system performs a certain task - clamping, cutting, dissecting, and suturing. The robot offers multiple advantages such as [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow News
Firmware Release 2.0 Makes Swift’s Centimeter-Accurate GNSS Technology Feature Complete, Supporting All Major Global Satellite Constellations [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow News
Through the use of the Andrew robot, Andrew Alliance aims to eliminate the possibility of human error and increase reproducibility and accuracy in scientific data – leading to conclusions and outcomes that can be trusted. [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow
Booth #236200 - KUKA’s KMP 1500 is an omnidirectional, mobile platform that combines autonomous navigation with modular versatility. [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow
Booth #121659 - The KeTop T150 has a capacitive touchscreen that can be operated as a true multi-touch and thereby scores with its intuitive usability, maximum ergonomics and best user experience. [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow
Booth #121838 - We'll be showcasing Energid's real-time adaptive unified online robot control software called Actin, and demonstrating it being used in a variety of applications one of which is a turn key bin-picking solution [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow
Novotechnik, U.S. introduces the Vert-X 2800 Series of sensors that measure angular position. These sensors convert rotational angle into an analog or digital output. Digital interface options include J1939 CANBus as well as SPI and PWM. [...]
Source: Robotics Tomorrow News
Chevy Pickup truck
Technology The average pickup truck driver only tows once per month. Chevy's new Silverado towing features exemplify an effort to make towing more accessible. [...]
Source: Popular Science
Science What bad headlines call lazy is what early humans called survival. If you’re into ancient anthropology, you’ve probably seen a headline or two touting a new discovery about Homo erectus—that laziness may have done them in. [...]
Source: Popular Science
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Technology Could you murder a robot? Also: Happier topics. Check out the latest episode of our Podcast. [...]
Source: Popular Science
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