Robots and AI is the new buzzword globally. Researchers have taken another leap in bringing the robotic future a step closer to us. In a new research, robots learned the ability to recognize human emotions. This new research relied on a major observation or hypothesis of human behavior. According to the observation, human being are capable of recognizing emotions like sadness, excitement, and aggression based on movements. This is a

Meteron Project

This year there have been a rising number of experiments of controlling robots from a large distance. One prominent example is of the ambitious plans of ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano guiding a robot from Holland and the German engineers directing and controlling a rover in Canada. Scientists are now creating new environment and avenues for the development of more robust human-robot partnerships. ESA’s exploration strategy mainly focuses on precisely developing