DeepMind writes a Robot Constitution based on Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics to ensure safety when the LLMs inside Google’s bots work on tasks involving humans, animals, sharp objects, electrical appliances, etc.
Nvidia’s new AI agent called Eureka can train bots for movement on its own without any task-specific prompt or template.
Figure AI teases the dynamic walk of its first model, Figure 01, meant to be a commercially viable workforce option.
Tesla’s general-purpose robot uses advanced neurals & deep learning to do task such as sorting and yoga autonomously.
RT-2 learns from web and robotics data to translate knowledge into generalized instructions for robotic control, paving the way for robots that can “think” and “learn” about tasks or concepts without having been explicitly trained.
Bill Gates’ fund invests $20M in AI-enhanced geological robotics startup for clean energy.
Ameca is an education & entertainment humanoid. In a recent demo, the robot used GPT-3 and Stable Diffusion to understand a query and draw a sketch.
Tesla’s Optimus, Sanctuary AI’s Phoenix, and 1X’s EVE are the first ones. But seeing the insane investments being made in AI robotics, the future is going to be very different for the labor market.
Burnham is codename for an advanced Astro robot that’s more intelligent and can potentially solve problems in your home.
Google has published new material on the improvements in its everyday cleaning robots working on ML.