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NJIT / New Jersey Institute of Technology researches have demonstrated a new way to teach AUBO #Robotics robot how to perform tasks.
https://youtu.be/ClieF_kBQGk

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AUBO Robotics ultra lightweight collaborative robot
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RobotLinker is programming complex robotic #software by using technology of Industrial Internet-of-Things #Industry40 4.0 , Artificial Intelligence, Edge and Cloud computing for smart factories. See demo with AUBO #Robotics. https://youtu.be/FtEndWYerKo
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RobotLinker is programming complex robotic software by using technology of Industrial Internet-of-Things Industry 4.0 , Artificial Intelligence, Edge and Cloud computing for smart factories. See demo with AUBO Robotics. https://youtu.be/FtEndWYerKo

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Soft #Robotic end of arm tooling is used to handle delicate food items.
https://youtu.be/BNIUcq-KUBI

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SwRI is opening its robotics labs to those supporting World MoveIt! Day October 18. The day-long hackathon is designed to improve the MoveIt! code base, documentation, and community. ROS-Industrial Consortium - Americas is organizing the event.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/world-moveit-day-san-antonio-tickets-38599423916?aff=

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New Jersey Institute of Technology researches have demonstrated a new way to teach AUBO Robotics robot how to perform tasks.
https://youtu.be/ClieF_kBQGk

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New Jersey Institute of Technology researches have demonstrated a new way to teach AUBO #Robotics robot.
https://youtu.be/ClieF_kBQGk
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Along with super-human strength and the ability to look great in chrome, robots can now add another talent to their box of tricks self-healing.

Roboticists have long aimed to use soft flexible materials, but these have a propensity to break making them unfit for purpose. A new technique can create soft robots that heal themselves when things go wrong.
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