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MIT Researchers Develop Learning Model to Teach Legged Robot to Run Faster
MIT's mini-cheetah quadruped robot can now run faster than ever, thanks to a new learning model developed by researchers at the university.

Robotics Promises to Help People With Disabilities
The Paralympics are a good occasion to look at robotics, exoskeletons, prosthetics, and other assistive technologies in development.

MIT CSAIL Designs Dexterous Robot Hands to Easily Manipulate Multiple Objects
MIT CSAIL has built a model-free framework that can learn to reorient more than 2,000 geometrically different objects from above or below, with implications for logistics and manufacturing.

MIT-PITT-RW Team Faces Obstacles at Indy Autonomous Challenge
The team from the University of Pittsburgh, MIT, the Rochester Institute of Technology, and the University of Waterloo was undaunted by challenges with fundraising, collaboration, and a crash on race...

Julia Computing Raises $24M Series A for Cloud Computing, Simulation
Julia Computing said its new funding will help scale production and development of open-source simulation tools, and former Snowflake CEO Bob Muglia will join its board.

MIT Motion-Planning Algorithm Enables Robot to Safely Dress a Person
To move safely and efficiently around people, robots need human-aware motion planning, as in a new algorithm developed at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.

Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories and MIT Work to Bridge Gap Between Robot Vision, Touch
MERL and MIT researchers are working to apply machine learning, collaborative robots, sensors, and vision to help robots more dexterously manipulate items such as food.

MassRobotics Offers STEM Programs With Toyota Research Institute Support
MassRobotics and corporate partners launched the Adopt a School Program in conjunction with National Robotics Week and the Jumpstart Fellowship Program to encourage high school students to consider STEM careers.

Stratasys Organizes 3D-Printed Protective Gear Drive to Fight COVID-19
Stratasys launches project to enlist 3D printer users to contribute to personal protective equipment production

Machine Learning Technique Sharpens Prediction of Material’s Mechanical Properties
The scientists developed and "trained" the system to predict samples' yield strength 20 times more accurately than existing methods.

Protolabs and Wohlers Associates Team Up for Immersive Course on Design for Additive Manufacturing
The event comes after the digital manufacturer's recent initiatives with GE Additive and MIT that focus on advancing 3D printing.

ADAPT Consortium Looks to the Future of Additive Manufacturing
MIT's new initiative brings together manufacturers, 3D printing companies, academics

3D Printing Goes Tiny with Implosion Fabrication
MIT researchers have come up with a 3D print process to create complex, high-definition objects by shrinking them.

Researchers Train Self-Driving on Virtual Roads
Programs learn to navigate in digital highways.

BMW, MIT Collaborate on Inflatable 3D Printing
MIT is working with automaker BMW to create a 3D-printed inflatable materials that can self-transform and morph into different states.



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