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Stronger, Faster, Further

Michigan Engineering Associate Professor Leia Stirling discusses her work with creating the next generation of exoskeletons that will be stronger, faster, and can go father than ever before. March 9, 2020. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter ...


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A 3D Camera for Safer Autonomy and Advanced Biomedical Imaging

U-M professors Ted Norris and Zhaohui Zhong and other researchers discuss the viability of a 3D camera that determines how far away objects are from the lens, helping with 3D biological imaging, robotics, and autonomous driving. January 27, 2020. #15-30-mins #Engineering #web...


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RE: Engineering Radio: News Roundup: 2019 Edition

Michigan Engineering RE: Engineering Radio podcast offers a wrap on 2019 by discussing some of the most interesting innovations out of U-M this past year, such as bipedal robots and drones that help shingle roofs. December 2, 2019. #15-30-mins #Engineering #podcast ...


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RE: Engineering Radio: News Roundup: 2019 Edition

Michigan Engineering RE: Engineering Radio podcast offers a wrap on 2019 by discussing some of the most interesting innovations out of U-M this past year, such as bipedal robots and drones that help shingle roofs. December 2, 2019. #15-30-mins #Engineering #podcast ...


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Love and Robots

Rackham Graduate School alum Sven Nyholm discusses his work exploring the possibilities and ethics of robot romance. February 11, 2019. #5-15minutes #Rackham #web-article #Society #Technology #Ethics #Robotics


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What Humans Want, in an Automated Car

School of Information Associate Professor Lionel Robert et al., researched how people's personality traits affect their experience and feeling of safety in an autonomous car. November 7, 2019. #5-15mins #Engineering #web-article #MichiganEngineerNewsCenter #Technology #Science ...


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A World Record for Robotic Deep Freeze Walking

Michigan Robotics Director and Engineering Professor Jessy Grizzle discusses the success of Cassie Blue, the bipedal robot, who was recorded in the 2020 Guinness Book of World Records for lowest temperature endured by a bipedal robot. October 2, 2019. # #Engineering #video ...


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U-M Researchers Provide Control Software to Ensure Autonomous Vehicles Stay in their Lane

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professors Jessy Grizzle and Necmiye Ozay develop the technology to help autonomous vehicles stay in their lane while also adjusting cruise control to fit the speed of a car in front of them. August 19, 2019. #5mins #Engineering #web...


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Talking with Touch

Industrial and Operations Engineering Professor Nadine Sarter expands the under-utilized mechanism of touch to connect humans and machine interfaces. Sarter believes "more collaborative automation" is the solution. August 22, 2019. # #Engineering #web-article ...


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Humans, Robot Teams Work Better When There’s an Emotional Connection

School of Information Associate Professor Lionel Robert supports the finding that emotional connection to robot coworkers will improve workplace success; however, he warns that over-attachment may lead to misplaced trust. July 22, 2019. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article...