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E-skin boosts robot self-awareness (PA)
E-skin boosts robot self-awareness (PA)

Tech & Science Daily speak to the developers of AI-powered ‘electronic skin’.

Francesco Giorgio-Serchi is part of the team at the University of Edinburgh who created the stretchable e-skin, designed to give soft robots a level of physical self-awareness similar to that of people and animals for the first time.

It’s thought this could pave the way for flexible robotic devices to assist with surgical procedures or even replace wearables like smartwatches.

Boeing is ending production of the Super Hornet fighter plane used by Tom Cruise’s character in the film Top Gun: Maverick.

The company said it expects to stop production of the F/A-18 Super Hornet in late 2025 after a final delivery to the U.S. Navy.

The five sleep habits that experts say could add years to your life.

It comes from a study that used data from a survey of over 170,000 people.

And the rest:

TikTok is banned from EU Commission phones over cyberattack fears, Google layoffs hit robots and a ‘forbidden’ world could change our understanding of how planets form.

Plus, a study finds skipping breakfast may be bad for the immune system and ChatGPT helps a driver reduce a parking fine.

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