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Harvard's New Robotic Cockroach, HAMR Can Walk on Water

Harvard's New Robotic Cockroach, HAMR Can Walk on Water

Harvard’s Ambulatory MicroRobot (HAMR) is Harvard’s new and impressive insect-inspired robot which can walk on (under) water as it does on land. The team behind HAMR was keen to mimic a co... Read more

France's Atos is buying Syntel

France's Atos is buying Syntel

The French group Atos has agreed upon buying the US-based IT company Syntel for $3.4 billion to increase its presence in North America. The French IT services giant will be buying Syntel $41 a share i... Read more

Amazon uses Partpic's Computer Vision Technology in its iOS App

Amazon uses Partpic's Computer Vision Technology in its iOS App

Amazon updates its online shopping app in iOS with computer vision technology. The new technology, as of now lets you search specific nuts and bolts that are hard to find in online stores. The ‘... Read more

AI startup AnyVision is all about Body and Facial Recognition

AI startup AnyVision is all about Body and Facial Recognition

Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are leading the forefront of many ground-breaking innovations. More and more public and private parties are interested to apply image and facial recognitio... Read more

Robots in Ocean help study Marine Life: RAD, the “Soft Trap”

Robots in Ocean help study Marine Life: RAD, the “Soft Trap”

RAD – Rotary Actuated Dodecahedron is a 3D-printed, 12-sided origami trap that can fold gently around softer sea creatures. The soft-bodied creatures in the ocean like the jellyfish, octopus, se... Read more

Canon and Nikon to add Fingerprint Sensors to Cameras

Canon and Nikon to add Fingerprint Sensors to Cameras

Canon is reportedly working on adding a fingerprint ID system that identifies the real owner. The fingerprint reader would allow the camera owner/s authenticate themselves to using it, and no one else... Read more

A New Generation of Prosthetic Limbs: Self-learning Bionic Hands

A New Generation of Prosthetic Limbs: Self-learning Bionic Hands

Scientists at the Imperial College of London and University of Gottingen infuses machine learning to improve the performance of prosthetic hands. The team tested their prototype on five amputees and f... Read more