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Jonathan Rossiter is Professor of Robotics at Bristol University, and he believes that one day we will scrap the word robot for the term artificial organisms, but what does that mean? Harry Lewis finds out...
Key Stage 1 & 2 children from 5 – 11 years old are invited to share their robot-inspired designs and creative writing with an expert panel. This annual competition has proved highly popular with budding artists and authors nationwide and is now returning for its third successive year.
Brains on Board project is ‘bio-inspired’ by the neural network of bees to close the gap between computer chip design and real-brain technology.
The National Innovation Centre for Data (NICD) has hosted a recording of a prestigious BBC Reith Lecture on the control of increasingly sophisticated AI systems.
Innovative new robotics technology will help existing train cleaners and the rail industry to improve services and the customer experience. Scientists from the National Robotarium, supported by Heriot-Watt and Edinburgh Universities, have revealed the design of a new train cleaning robot to aid with carriage cleaning.
Research report: The impact of AI, machine learning, automation and robotics on the information profession
The purpose of this independent research is to help our professional community to understand how AI, machine learning, process automation and robotics are either already impacting the daily work of healthcare information professionals or likely to do so in the near future.