Cynthia Breazeal gives a presentation about social robot interactions at Carnegie Mellon University.
Archive for the 'MIT' Category
Two video presentations by two female roboticists.
Mertz is an active-vision robot head developed at the MIT Media Lab to learn from social interactions.
MIT’s Personal Robotics Group has given birth to a small telepresence robot that looks downright silly.
MIT’s Personal Robotics Group and Senseable City Lab are working with Audi to develop a robotic agent that sits in your car, and helps you determine optimal routes to get where you’re going.
One of the creators of the gecko-inspired StickyBot is developing a running robot based on the cheetah.
Autom is a robotic weight-loss coach that interacts with a person on a daily basis to help them reach their weight-loss goals.
Osaka’s Robot Showroom is open to the public from August 4th ~ 9th, allowing visitors to get some hands-on time with NEC’s delightful communication robot PaPeRo.