3D printed robots who learn


What if you could teach a robot to perform a task, a sort of on-the-job training? Brain Corporations team of neuroscientists have been developing an adaptive intelligence platform that will allow anyone to teach a robot a particular task, without the need for programming or knowledge of complex algorithms. In partnership with Qualcomm, we have implemented our artificial brain on a low-power, high-performance Snapdragon processor that allows the robot to see and act in its environment. Entirely 3D printed, the robot body is a mobile inverted pendulum that was developed with the UC San Diego Coordinated Robotics lab.



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How to build a robot from used wheelchair and control it with your phone


During this presentation, we will guide the audience on how we build a robot from an old used wheelchair. We will show all the needed parts, building process, and finally how to control the robot via the phone and how to let it run autonomously.rnrnPlease note that the attached picture is not of the actual project robot that we will demonstrate. The attached picture is robot in a different form factor since the Wheel Chair robot is still work in progress.