Monthly Archives: 1월 2018

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Conference & Forums

World  Conference  &   Forums. 1.    CES 2018 Sony Has a New Aibo Robot Dog and It’s a Bit Disappointing By Vamien McKalin –January 15, 2018 Not everyone might remember the Aibo robot dog Sony released back in the 90s, 1999 to be exact. It garnered a lot of attention at the time, but the technology of the 90s wasn’t good enough for Aibo to go on to become a long-term product. That might change with the revival of this cute robot dog. At CES 2018, the Japanese company showed off the newest version of the Aibo, and you know what? It’s not half bad. Sony manages to put a lot of tech into this little product, which includes around 4,000 parts for it to act life-like. To make things interesting, the robot has a camera on its nose in order for it to recognize family members and friends. Additionally, it has […]

CES 2018-Toy Robot

Sony Has a New Aibo Robot Dog and It’s a Bit Disappointing By Vamien McKalin –January 15, 2018 Not everyone might remember the Aibo robot dog Sony released back in the 90s, 1999 to be exact. It garnered a lot of attention at the time, but the technology of the 90s wasn’t good enough for Aibo to go on to become a long-term product. That might change with the revival of this cute robot dog. At CES 2018, the Japanese company showed off the newest version of the Aibo, and you know what? It’s not half bad. Sony manages to put a lot of tech into this little product, which includes around 4,000 parts for it to act life-like. To make things interesting, the robot has a camera on its nose in order for it to recognize family members and friends. Additionally, it has another camera on its tail to map your […]

The First Fully Commercial Robocar Will Be in Holland

2017: The Year In Robocars By Philip E. Ross  Posted 20 Dec 2017 , IEEE Spectrum.        This is the year when promises of self-driving prowess began to come due, and when companies began to scramble to meet them, or seem to. In November, Waymo’s pilot ride-hailing service in Arizona put the safety driver in the back seat, more or less fulfilling the promise of the company’s founding spirit, Alphabet’s Sergei Brin, who’d said true self-driving cars would hit the roads by 2017. Earlier, Audi proclaimed that its soon-to-be-released A8 would offer Level 3 autonomy, meaning that it would let the person behind the wheel read the paper or sightsee, provided that he be prepared to take back the wheel after a warning. Cadillac—more careful with its terminology—characterized its new Cruise technology as Level 2; it allows the driver to keep hands off the wheel but uses internal cameras to ensure that he pays attention to the […]