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UC Berkeley's Robotic Arm Source: UC Berkeley Controlled by Using Virtual Reality Headset This is a low cost, high performance robotic arm that's been designed for a key purpose. It's a powerful platform for artificial intelligence and robotic experimentation. The goal is to generate the next generation of AI-enabled robots. The Berkeley team believes such experimental platforms could usher in the next technological revolution. For more details, go to Important Innovations Collection: Berkeley's New Robotic Arm : Controlled by Using Virtual Reality Headset Source: UC Berkeley Artificial Intelligence and Robots It's a new, low cost robotic...
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German Engineering Precision Source: Franka Emika Robotics The Panda Germany based robotics firm Franka Emika has built a breakthrough robotic arm specifically geared for small business. It's called The Panda, is easy to program and is priced at $11,000. It's been cited by Time as one of the top inventions of 2018. Lightweight Robotic System The Panda can move in 7 axes. The company says it was designed to mimic human agility and a sense of touch. It can be programmed to perform specific tasks and is interconnected and adaptive. Panda can build circuit boards, conduct scientific experiments and pre-test equipment. Two Pandas can work together and build a third Panda. Next Generation It's expected that a redesigned version will be developed for use at home as a helping hand, for instance, to chop vegetables or to assist elderly residents. For more news stories on robotic and other innovation, go to amazon.com/author/ekane for free library use.