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Recent human-like robot breakthroughs

May. 12, 2023.
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Dexterous manipulation with tactile fingers (credit: Columbia University)

Robot researchers have recently achieved two advanced developments at extremes of human-like touch and movement.

At Columbia University, researchers have trained robotic fingers to dexterously manipulate complex objects by touch alone, without dropping them. Their paper has been accepted to the Robotics: Science and Systems 2023 conference.

And at Google Deep Mind, CBS 60 Minutes’ Scott Pelley found that robots have learned themselves to play soccer (br. football) — “told only that the object was to score.”

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  1. Amazing I cannot wait for the future but these changes remind me that it's important to enjoy and appreciate today "Every day I write the book"
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