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DateDate: 22-12-2017, 07:23

A group of scientists from Canada conducted a series of studies on the behavior of motorists in road congestion. In the opinion of experts, the attempt to change to another line in most cases does not lead to any positive result.
Specialists representing the University of Toronto, talked about how to behave in traffic jams. According to scientists, any attempts to overcome stuck road traffic in most cases are nothing more than self-deception. According to researchers who have been analyzing road congestion in a number of major cities around the world, repeated attempts to rebuild not only will not prevent traffic jams, but also endanger other road users.
Among other things, scientists said that the constant rebuilding also negatively affects the level of stress drivers who unconsciously try to find a way out of a situation that simply does not exist. According to statistics, a slow and fast lane is rearranged in a reciprocal order, replacing the seats that are vacated to each other without any effect.

DateDate: 22-12-2017, 07:22

Japanese scientists have created the world's first "living" robot. The machine has a human body, but so far it can perform only basic movements and can not speak.
Specialists from Japan created a "living" robot. According to scientists, the development is very similar to a real person, with loads the machine even allocates sweat. In the basis of the design, scientists put a special water mechanism, which monitors the appearance of sweat in the robot. Experts could make so that the smell of machine sweat was similar to human. Also scientists have told, that bones at the machine are steady against high and low temperatures because of multilayer design. For this device, specialists plan to first use eye implants with prototypes of nerve endings.
Scientists believe that such "living" robots will soon be able to replace people not only in production, but also in everyday life. If the machines are tested, mass production will be established.

DateDate: 22-12-2017, 07:19

Scientists have created a sweating robot-athlete. An anthropoid machine is able to squeeze out from the floor, swing the press, lying on the floor and even trying to pull up on the bar. The video, which captures all the advantages of the humanoid robot posted on YouTube video sharing.
Now scientists are actively engaged in the development of machines with artificial intelligence, which have the greatest resemblance to humans. The most successful is the robot Kengoro. Its distinctive feature is that it can play sports and sweat. This way the cooling system works. The liquid moves along the aluminum frame and evaporates when the device is heated while driving.
The robot Kengoro has a six-position control mechanism, which allows it to freely rotate the head. It has a great external resemblance to man, but does not have the strength and other capabilities available for the Atlas device. This robot jumps and does a flip. It was developed by specialists of Boston Dynamics.
Source: VladTime