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MIT CSAIL teams propose grippers with a humanlike sense of touch

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Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory propose new robotic gripper designs with humanlike tactile senses.

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MIT CSAIL teams propose grippers with a humanlike sense of touch

MIT CSAIL teams propose grippers with a humanlike sense of touch

Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory propose new robotic gripper designs with humanlike tactile senses.

Giving soft robots feeling

Giving soft robots feeling

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Giving soft robots senses

Giving soft robots senses

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This 'origami' robot looks like a delicate flower, but is strong enough to lift a bottle of wine

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MIT CSAIL researchers propose automated method for debiasing AI algorithms

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MIT gives soft robots a better sense of touch and spatial awareness

MIT gives soft robots a better sense of touch and spatial awareness

Researchers from MIT give robotic grippers a better sense what they’re gripping and how much force to use.