Robots: The Next Generation

They can dance, check your heart rate, vacuum your room, make dinner, or wash the dishes — all without complaining, or asking for a raise. A new generation of robots not only looks human, but is taking on human tasks. Constantino De Miguel reports from Europe’s largest robotics expedition in Lyon, France, where it’s clear that it’s only a matter of time before robots populate our homes, schools, hospitals, and cities. Earth Focus reports. Watch more at www.linktv.org
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  2. Much of the power behind these new dexterous robots comes from the software. A new breed of industrial robots, like the Rethink Baxter, and the Robai Cyton are leveraging advanced software for dexterous manipulation. Baxter uses an open source solution (ROS) whereas Robai uses a commercial package (Actin). As software improves so too will the capabilities of the robots.

  3. “They can dance, check your heart rate, vacuum your room, make dinner, or wash the dishes — all without complaining, or asking for a raise” . Each robot can only do one of those tasks. Not really that impressive or different from before.

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