Dec. 1, 2023

Google Gave Robots a BRAIN: This Technology News Will SHOCK You! Technology of The Future PRO Robots

Published May 16, 2023, 12:20 a.m. by Liam Bradley

Google gave robots a brain this technology news will shock you. technology of the future pro robots by PRO robots.

As the world becomes more and more digitized, it was only a matter of time until our technology started to get a little… smarter. In a recent development, Google has given robots a brain.

That’s right – the tech giant has created a neural network that can learn and evolve on its own. This is a huge step forward for artificial intelligence, and it could have massive implications for the future of technology.

So far, the neural network has been able to successfully learn a range of tasks, including basic object recognition. This is an important first step, but it’s only the beginning. Google believes that the neural network will eventually be able to learn more complex tasks, such as navigation and communication.

This is an exciting development, but it’s also one that comes with some risks. As artificial intelligence gets more sophisticated, there’s a danger that it could eventually become uncontrollable. This is a real concern, and it’s one that Google is taking seriously.

The company has said that it will be carefully monitoring the neural network, and it will be taking steps to ensure that it remains safe. However, this is an ongoing process, and it’s impossible to say for sure what the future holds.

One thing is for sure – the development of artificial intelligence is an important step forward for humanity. It could eventually lead to the creation of intelligent machines that can help us solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. However, it’s also important to remember that there are risks involved. We need to be careful about how we develop and use this technology, or we could end up regretting it in the future.

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Google has unveiled an algorithm that

will outshine chat GPT and help create

intelligent robots the global boom of

universal humanoid robots incredible

biotechnological advances micro robots

in the human body new space spider

robots domestic robots and other

high-tech news in one video off we go

thank you

next on the agenda we have Elon Musk

showing two of his robots assembling a

third one followed by the figure

startup's immediate claim that their

robot is better and is overall the

coolest in the world we talked about

this in detail in one of our previous

videos check the description and the

link in the info card

the sanctuary AI humanoid robot which

has long been teasing us with numerous

YouTube videos has apparently been

tested at the Canadian Mark's clothing

retail chain it's reported that

Sanctuary was successful at performing

various tasks usually assigned to human

workers the robot was controlled by a

human so no workplace was harmed during

the testing all in all the bot

successfully performed about 110

different operations though what's the

point if it can't work autonomously the

startup's goal is to create a general

purpose robot however without artificial

general intelligence the task is nearly

impossible meanwhile the Canadian

government keeps investing to stay in

the game on par with other countries

an AI researchers team from Google and

the Technical University of Berlin has

unveiled paw lme a multimodal vision

language model featuring 562 billion

parameters it uses both visuals and

speech to control robots the developers

claim it to be the largest algorithm of

this kind ever created and that it can

perform multiple tasks without

overtraining essentially Google's pot

lme is a universal Roba brain that

receives human commands in natural


and yes the similarities to chat GPT are

obvious according to Google when pot lme

receives a high-level commands such as

get me rice chips from the box it can

generate an action plan for a mobile

robotic platform equipped with an arm

that will then perform the task without

any human involvement

pot lme manages its tasks by analyzing

the camera data including Dynamic

changes however the Google researchers

claim to have observed several

interesting effects that appear to be

related to a large language model at the

core of pot lme first there is positive

transfer or the ability to accumulate

Knowledge and Skills while working on

tasks and use them in the next ones

second as stated by the engineers pot

lme features new functions such as a

multimodal chain of reasoning and

multi-image output Google researchers

now plan to further explore applications

of pod lme for real world tasks such as

home automation or industrial robotics

we look forward to seeing more examples

of the algorithm's work

scientists from South Korea have created

a minor robot that enters blood vessels

performs the necessary surgical

procedures such as clearing blocked

arteries and returns to the extraction

spot the Iram and robot is controlled by

magnets before injecting the robot

scientists make a 3D map of the

patient's blood vessels surrounding the

blocked area the robot uses the map to

navigate autonomously the catheter

delivers the robot into the blood vessel

while an external magnetic field is used

for creating a rotational motion to

untether the robot from the catheter the

external magnetic field is then used to

guide the robot to the treatment spot

relying on a 3D map to navigate amazing

isn't it

next onto the bioengineering news

engineers at the University of New South

Wales have created a robot able to 3D

bioprint directly on organs and tissues

inside the human body the f3db

multifunctional 3D bioprinter has a soft

print head with a high degree of Freedom

integrated into a flexible robotic arm

that delivers multi-layer biomaterials

to internal organs and tissues the

device functions on the Master Slave

architecture and is controlled by a

chimatic inversion model and learning

based controllers different kinds of

gels can be used for printing

Swedish scientists have designed a

technology that allows to grow

electrodes directly in living tissues

this may change the integration methods

of electronic circuits including brain

implants to create soft electronically

conducted materials in living tissues a

special gel containing enzymes as the

assembly molecules is injected into the

body contact with body substances

changes the gel structure and makes it

electrically conductive

there is no need for genetic

modification or external signals such as

light or electrical energy using the new

technology engineers were able to grow

electrodes in the brain heart and tail

fins of daniofish the material didn't

cause any immune reactions and didn't

affect the normal functioning of the

body systems

lastly we have engineers at the

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

who have created a 3D printable robotic

heart the soft and flexible replica

matches a patient's heart and size and

shape and allows to tailor the treatment

according to the personal structural

characteristics and heart diseases

building a three-dimensional computer

mode helps to adjust the size and shape

of such an artificial organ for each

patient when the model is ready the

heart is simply printed with the use of

special polymer based ink this produces

a soft flexible shell with the exact

shape of the patient's heart the aorta

can be printed additionally

sarcos technology announced that it has

successfully completed the final

verification of its outdoor autonomous

manipulation of photovoltaic panels the

project by the way was funded by the U.S

department of energy and its goal is to

create a robotic system for building

solar fields

such a system should deliver detect lift

and place photovoltaic modules in an

open field a key element of the Sarco

solution was a drone with the guardian

XM robotic system on board and an

additional autonomous delivery vehicle

Wing which is developing its own drone

delivery network has introduced Auto

loader stations these should make the

delivery faster and easier the stations

take up exactly one parking space and

include a small loading mechanism as

well as a hanging place for the order

the main part of the device is the pair

of long guiding arms that allows the

drones to hover over the stations when

the Drone is in place the autoloader

attaches the order to the drone's hook

then it takes off and flies away without

human involvement the stations consume

no power and they don't require

connection for data transfer


University of the Negev has presented

its amphi saw robot the developers claim

it to be one of the fastest amphibious

robots in the world

but that's not the only remarkable thing

about it the robot is powered by a

single motor which allows it to mirror

the way flippers move in water making it

the most energy efficient robot the anfi

saw also has a biosafe movement

mechanism enabling it to swim among fish

without repelling them the robot can be

used for search and rescue operations EG

in flooded areas as well as for

monitoring and robotic aquaculture

the University of California Berkeley

has shared a video of teaching its

Cassie robot to jump long jumps high

jumps jumps off and on the obstacles to

train the robot to perform Dynamic jumps

without losing balance Engineers applied

the multi-step reinforcement learning

approach the developer's long-term goal

is to create a universal training policy

that will help any bipedal robot become

more agile in real life

thank you unitary robotics has shared a

new video of its B1 robot designed to

help it fire sights and disaster areas

the robot's laser radar scans the

environment in real time register sounds

and using infrared light detects Key

signs of Life the robot operator also

receives real-time images of the area

recorded with a 360 degree camera

helping firefighters and Rescuers make

the right decisions the B1 can also

carry rescue equipment delivering it to

the victim before people can reach them


the German Research Center for

artificial intelligence has announced

the completion of an ant guidance

navigation and control system for a

legged robot intended to explore other

planets final tests confirm the system's

capabilities to work on loose

unstructured and sloped terrain to keep

its balance the robot utilizes the

visual adaptation mechanic based on a

very frequent assessment of the free of

drift posture and a constantly updating

map the robot also adds information

about the surface structure changes to

the map and performs a stability

assessment of the next support point

before using it we can't wait to see

these robots somewhere on the moon


robotics has shared the progress of its

tiger robot as part of the almi program

funded by York University's assuring

autonomy international program the goal

of the program is to train robots to

help sick and elderly people at their

homes to accomplish its Mission taigo

used both speech interaction and object

manipulation capabilities to help users

with mild motor and cognitive

impairments prepare meals and take care

of themselves in their day-to-day lives

the robot is also reportedly trained for

a proper emergency response

hippo Harvest a startup that uses robots

to grow greens has begun selling its

crops on Amazon their Innovative

technology for growing lettuce reduces

water use by 90 percent and requires 55

percent less fertilizer the robotic

Farms also don't require large areas of

land hippo Harvest reportedly uses

machine learning to optimize lighting

watering and other parameters to

consider the Roba Farms closed

greenhouses also allow them to give up

on pesticides

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