Watch How Robot Waiter is replacing waiters at Alibaba's high-tech Restaurant

Watch How Robot Waiter is Replacing Waiters at Alibaba’s High-Tech Restaurant

At Alibaba’s Shanghai restaurant you may meet the robot waiter, these robots will serve you via the Hema app. Hema app tells customers where to sit in the restaurant and is used to pay for meals as well as to order more food once seated. Once the food is ready, small pod-like robots scurry out on shiny tracks to deliver it straight to the table.

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You May Draw Masterpieces on Your Bedroom’s Wall with New Scribit Robot

You May Draw Masterpieces on Your Bedroom’s Wall with New Scribit Robot

Fantastic internet-connected Scribit robot may draw and remove images on the wall or any surface. The author of this innovation is Italian architect Carlo Ratti. The little Scribit robot may have an opportunity to design your walls with digital artworks. It was unveiled this year, in April 2018. Writing robot takes times about 5 minutes, and you need just two nails and a power plug.

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Robots grow mini-organs from human stem cells for The First Time

Robots grow mini-organs from human stem cells for The First Time

Robot can do everything that is possible or impossible, now robots grow mini-organs, or “organoids”, as scientists claim, from human stem cells which are used for experimental research for the first time. An automated system that uses robots has been designed to rapidly produce human mini-organs derived from stem cells said researchers at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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University of Waterloo in Canada Launches Its First AI Research Lab

University of Waterloo in Canada Launches Its First AI Research Lab

Canada has taken one more step to study the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI). The Waterloo Artificial Intelligence Institute launches its first AI research lab concentrating on developing AI solutions for healthcare, environmental protection, urban planning, manufacturing, autonomous systems and human-machine interactions. The Waterloo Artificial Intelligence Institute will bring together a group of researchers and businesses to “advance technology and prepare Canada for future economic disruption,” stated the government in a press release.

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Robonaut 2 Will Return to Earth at the End of This Spring

Robonaut 2 Will Return to Earth at the End of This Spring

NASA’s Robonaut 2 which costs $2.5 million is the first humanoid ever to fly in space. Robonaut 2 was launched on STS-133 on February 24, 2011. NASA indicates “Robonauts are essential to NASA’s future as we go beyond low Earth orbit”, and Robonaut 2 will provide performance data about how a robot may work side-by-side with astronauts”. Robonaut is expected to come back at the end of this spring as early as May.

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Robotic Fish Can Discover the Secret Life of Ocean Wildlife

Robotic Fish Can Discover the Secret Life of Ocean Wildlife

In a new study published in Science Robotics, researchers at MIT reveal robotic fish of its kind ever built. Armed with a camera and a lifelike wiggle, the device could one day help biologists observe the health of marine habitats without stressing out their aquatic denizens. MIT has designed and built a soft-bodied robot that looks and swims exactly like a fish. It is so realistic that even Fish in Fiji cannot understand that is not a real.

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Robot Solves Rubik Cube More Quickly than You Can Blink your Eye

Robot Solves Rubik Cube More Quickly Than a Blink of an Eye

Have you ever thought about to solve the Rubik cube very quickly. We think yes, moreover it has always been your dram, but now it seems that there is a solution, there is an extraordinary and impressive solution.  Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ben Katz with his colleague Jared Di Carlo have created a machine that has an opportunity to solve the classic puzzle in just a few seconds. Robot solves it in 0.39 seconds. That is a great results guys. The robot’s record beats Albert Beer’s robot that holds the Guinness World Record for 0.637 seconds.

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