Ocado Technology's pick and pack robot system has an articulated arm, vacuum cup and proprietary computer vision system that doesn't need 3D models – and works.
SingularityNET is "the world's first open source marketplace for artificial intelligence technologies" to enable developers to share resources and monetise AI apps and services.
The Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, headquartered at QUT, wants to give robots hand and eye co-ordination, with robots to become a real money-saving solution to labour shortages and food production.
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