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Could an electric nudge help a doctor use a surgical robot?
Published Dec 20, 2023
Gentle electric currents help people learn to maneuver a robotic surgery tool in virtual reality and real settings
Artificial intelligence
Unleashing the digital Michelangelo
Published July 12, 2023
Johns Hopkins and NVIDIA researchers teamed up to pioneer Neuralangelo, a revolutionary 3D reconstruction algorithm with applications in virtual reality, autonomous systems, and more
Artificial Intelligence
Safer AI
Published June 24, 2021
Johns Hopkins engineers take part in five-year Department of Defense project to make AI-based autonomous systems more reliable and secure
Does the brain work like a swarm of robots?
Published Oct 2, 2018
What does the brain have in common with a swarm of robots? Could be more than you think.
Mechanical engineering
See bots run
Published May 18, 2017
Students design next generation robots that play chess, catch balls, leap over obstacles, work together
Bot building
Robots that fly, swim, fetch, and drive
Published May 12, 2016
Students in robotics class wrap up, demo independent design projects
Working hand in 'hand'
Published Feb 2013
Human and robot partners could be the next big thing in teamwork / Gazette