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NVIDIA Robotics Research Lab to Present 15 Papers at Conference on Robot Learning
October 30, 2023
NVIDIA will present its AI and simulation advances at CoRL, and NVIDIA Jetson is helping researchers develop a robot for undersea data collection.
Boston Dynamics AI Institute Launches Ethics Research Initiative for Robots, AI
September 26, 2023
The AI Institute, founded by Hyundai and Boston Dynamics, has launched a research team to explore societal questions around robotics and artificial intelligence.
Massachusetts Manufacturing Mash-Up Hosts Grant Winners, Innovators, and Students
September 24, 2023
The Massachusetts Manufacturing Mash-Up displayed robotics and 3D printing innovations, announced grant awards, and offered workforce development networking.
MIT Develops AI Technique Enabling Robots to Manipulate Objects With Their Whole Bodies
August 27, 2023
MIT researchers have developed an AI technique called smoothing to address challenges in contact-rich manipulation planning for robots to determine how to handle objects.
ARM Institute Funds Eight Member Projects to Strengthen U.S. Manufacturing
August 25, 2023
The ARM Institute named the latest projects that it is funding that identify and work to solve challenges with robotics and AI, ranging from metalwork and food handling to hypersonics...
MIT CSAIL Develops AI to Help Household Robots Halve Planning Time
July 30, 2023
MIT CSAIL said its PIGINet uses machine learning to streamline household robots' task and motion planning by assessing and filtering feasible solutions in complex environments.
DribbleBot From MIT Designed to Play Soccer on Varied Terrains
April 3, 2023
DribbleBot is a quadruped system MIT trained in simulation to dribble a soccer ball in varied terrains as a step toward robots that could help in disaster response.
A Look at 5 U.S. Universities That Have a Strong Focus on Robotics
February 11, 2023
From Carnegie Mellon University and MIT to Georgia Tech and Stanford, here are a few universities in the U.S. that stand above the rest when it comes to robotics...
Robots Continue to Permeate the Modern Supply Chain
October 27, 2022
Robotic technologies continue to make inroads in the global supply chain, encountering some resistance but bringing efficiency and sustainability to many operations.
VulcanForms Raises $355M for Digital, Additive Manufacturing
July 5, 2022
VulcanForms, which combines proprietary digital thread and additive manufacturing systems, said it is now worth more than $1 billion. It opened two production facilities for metal parts and assemblies.
RISE Robotics Awarded $1.25M to Design Ultra-Light Loading Machine for the U.S. Air Force
May 30, 2022
With support from the U.S. Air Force, RISE Robotics is building lightweight technology to help load and unload heavy cargo.
Cybernetix Ventures Launches $50M Fund for Robotics, Automation, and AI Startups
May 4, 2022
Cybernetix Ventures was created by MassRobotics co-founder Fady Saad and sensor industry executive Mark Martin and already has $25 million committed. It said it is the first of its kind.
MIT Team Develops Teleoperated Robot to Treat Endovascular Patients Within Stroke’s ‘Golden Hour’
April 17, 2022
Engineers developed a telerobotic system to help surgeons remotely treat patients experiencing stroke or aneurysm. With a modified joystick, surgeons may control a robotic arm at another hospital to operate...
Secretary Walsh Participates in MassRobotics Panel on the Influence of Robotics on the U.S. Job Market
March 18, 2022
MassRobotics hosted a panel with government, academic, and industry experts on the future of work coinciding with the release of its five-year impact report.
MIT Researchers Develop Learning Model to Teach Legged Robot to Run Faster
March 17, 2022
MIT's mini-cheetah quadruped robot can now run faster than ever, thanks to a new learning model developed by researchers at the university.