autonomous robot

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autonomous robot

[ȯ¦tän·ə·məs ′rō‚bät]
(engineering)
A robot that not only can maintain its own stability as it moves, but also can plan its movements.
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Hugo Guterman's Laboratory for Autonomous Robotics before heading to the ATP to meet with BGN Technologies CEO Netta Cohen and BGN Senior VP Business Development - Exact Sciences & Engineering Zafrir Levy.
PIF and SoftBank plan to work with major global institutions to create a platform for driving forward the autonomous robotics industry, according to a statement.
Over the coming months, PIF and SoftBank will be establishing partnerships with major global institutions, across the private and academic sector with experts, governmental and non-governmental organizations to create a platform for driving forward the autonomous robotics industry.
Emirates is also joining the Accelerators to drive new opportunities in the aviation sector, using autonomous robotics and personalisation to transform the airline into a, greener, more responsive and sustainable platform for global travel.
Forest Baskett, PhD, general partner at New Enterprise Associates, said, 'Swift Navigation is at the epicentre of some very exciting advancements in self-driving cars and autonomous robotics.
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They are on the front line, constantly pushing the forward edge of unmanned and autonomous robotics which makes them continually sought-after as speakers for conferences such as NAB, InterDrone Expo, Drone World Expo, and the EAA Airventure Oshkosh.
His main research topics are mobile and autonomous robotics, image processing and computer vision general automation, and rapid prototyping.
1) Autonomous Robotics Workshop: This workshop would take the attendees through the world of microcontrollers and ICs.
RODNEY BROOKS REVOLUTIONIZED AUTONOMOUS ROBOTICS in 1986 when he introduced subsumption architecture.
France said the "role of humans in the decision to fire must be retained," however the UK said existing law and treaties were sufficient to govern lethal autonomous robotics.
According to the report, the 'lethal autonomous robotics weapon systems', once activated, can lock targets and kill them without any control or involvement of humans.
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