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The highly praised robot apocalypse — which may be many decades away, based on the idea that robots will eventually be able to handle tasks that require a deft, soft touch.
This includes such things as minor surgery as well as fruit picking, where the soft hands to handle the delicate task. The problem is, the robot hands are made up of soft fabric, are even more susceptible to damage.
The European Commission, the project is being led by researchers in Belgium and the United Kingdom, wants to build “self-healing” robots, which can be a pain, or a sense of the damage for a quick repair of itself and without any help from us.
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A gripper is comprised of two different self-healing materials hold an egg.
(Rolls Vanderborght (Robotics))
The researchers have developed polymers that are able to create new bonds, and after about 40 minutes, according to The Guardian, and they want to embed the sensor and the fibers in the polymer, which can be figuring out where the damage is located.
Bram Vanderborght, of the University of Brussels, belgium, said that this type of research is at the forefront of innovation in robotics.
“Over the past few years, we have already taken the first steps in the creation of self-healing materials, robots. In this study, we would like to stay, and, most of all, make sure that the robots will be used in our work environment safer, but also more sustainable. Due to the self-healing mechanism of this new type of robot, with a complex, costly and can be a thing of the past,” Vanderborght said in a news release.
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The 3-D-printed, self-healing, the gripper (Bram Vanderborght, Robotics)
Thomas, George, Thuruthel, also from the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering, said these types of self-healing materials that could have applications in modular robotics, educational robotics, and evolutionary robotics, where robots can be “re-used” to generate a fresh range.
While advancements in this type of robotics as an important contribution to the health sector, there is a fear that the numerous jobs created in other sectors will have to be removed as soon as the robots are becoming more and more widely used in a variety of industries.
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