The Biologically Inspired Robotics group at Case Western Reserve University has developed several innovative designs for a new kind of robot that uses peristalsis, the method of locomotion used by…
Keynote Speaker: Dario Floreano
Conference: IROS 2014
Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Title: Bioinspired Multimodal Flying Robots
Highly Dynamic, Energy-Aware, Biomimetic Robots
Reconstructed Brain Models for Virtual Bodies and Robots
Robots in the Fields:
Directions Towards Sustainable Crop Production
IROS2020 Original Series: Real Roboticist
Robots That Matter
Michelle Johnson- Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation University of Pennsylvania
In this interview, Jun Ho Oh discusses his career in robotics, describing his work in industrial automation and his research on control and humanoid robots. Commenting on the Korean robotics…
Herbie the Mousbot follows a beam of light and senses bumps with its whiskers and tail.
Robotic animals used to treat elderly patients with dementia and autistic children. Robots can be tele-operated or autonomous.
If robots are going to become a vital part of everyday life, it's important that they know the difference between right and wrong when it comes to decison making. As IEEE Spectrum's Kristen Clark…
An ICRA 2020 Keynote by Toby Walsh. In 2007, Noel Sharky stated that "we are sleepwalking into a brave new world where robots decide who, where and when to kill". Since then thousands of AI…
Robots, Politics, and Ethics: How Autonomous Driving Transforms Our Way of Thinking About Machines
Switchblade is a small, treaded robot that can climb stairs by flipping itself end-over-end. I-Hop is a two-wheeled robot that can also balance (and hop) on its pogo-stick of a leg.