Spain deploys coronavirus robots that ‘test 80,000 patients a day’ in Artificial Intelligence breakthrough

It has been reported that Spain will deploy coronavirus robots that are capable of testing 80,000 patients a day.  It is hoped that this major breakthough in aritificial intelligence will help to fight the coronavirus pandemic.     The Spanish government says these robots will increase testing from its current daily figure of between 15,000 and 20,000. Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez stated: “We have yet to receive the impact of the strongest, most damaging wave, which will test our material and moral capacities to the limit, as well as our…

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MIT’s Mini Cheetah Backflipping Robots Pop Out of Leaves and Play Soccer

The Biomimetic Robotics Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M. I. T.) has built what it calls mini cheetahs.  These little dog-like robots can run, backflip, “play” soccer and hide under piles of leaves. For more information on your future pets, please click here and here.  

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