People are gradually becoming more integrated with machines. Whether it's through AR and VR, brain-computer interfaces, or chip implants, human-machine interfaces are augmenting humanity's future.
Automata hopes its inexpensive devices can bring automation to companies that usually wouldn’t be able to afford high-end robotics.
The company’s AI researchers have developed a speech synthesizer capable of copying anybody’s voice with uncanny accuracy.
If you have difficulty hearing, it can be tricky to make out a single speaker in a noisy room. A system that amplifies the voice you want to listen to could help.
Flying robots are more agile with four wings than two. Engineers halved the weight of a crucial component to make that possible.
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