An in-memory computing prototype provides a promising solution for edge computing systems to implement continual learning.
A miniaturized, tetherless needle offers a safe means of performing surgery, treating cancer, and performing diagnostic tests.
Study participants were more comfortable with voice-based AI companions compared to robots that act and look like humans.
Researchers calculate the automation risk of almost 1000 existing occupations and provide alternatives based on skill set.
A robotic swimmer that mimics the movement of octopuses could help researchers better monitor aquatic environments remotely and in real time.
Using stimuli-responsive hydrogels with regularly arranged colloidal particles, researchers create color-changing microrobots that can freely explore and gather information.
Using an artificial neural network and AI, researchers are developing a powerful computational tool to model particle physics following the Big Bang.
Scientists have developed the first artificial muscles made from natural proteins that contract autonomously and consume chemical fuel.
A new material gives way to simple microrobots that take advantage of mineralization processes in the body to help in bone repair.
A magnetic, drug-delivering capsule precisely navigates the GI tract to heal gastrointestinal disease and injury.