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DateDate: 9-06-2019, 07:11


DateDate: 8-06-2019, 07:00

The assortment of the Chinese company Xiaomi has a toy all-wheel drive SUV-designer MITU Smart Building Block, aka Mi Rabbit Building Block. The cost of new items is $ 86.
This constructor consists of 1000 parts. Managed toy from mobile devices through a special application.
 
Thanks to 105 mm rubber tires, the machine can move on any surface. Irregularities on the road smoothed out thanks to an independent suspension.
The MITU Smart Building Block SUV has received two small engines, the maximum torque of which is 430 mN · m, which allows the jeep to climb hills with an angle of up to 30 °.
Source: https://ilenta.com/news/misc/misc_25100.html
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DateDate: 7-06-2019, 05:53

American scientists representing the College of New Jersey, have developed an algorithm that recognizes the cries of the infant and determines which emotions it experiences. Artificial intelligence operates on approximately the same principle as a conventional speech recognition algorithm, reports mk.ru.
Initially, experts turned to professional nurses who helped determine what some babies shouting are talking about. As a result, it was possible to identify five signals related to food, sleep, the need for attention, the need to change the diaper and any other kind of discomfort. Also, experts drew attention to the movement of children, not associated with the reproduction of any kind of sounds.
Subsequently, on the basis of the obtained data, the authors of the new scientific work “taught” artificial intelligence, which observed 15 boys and 11 girls aged from three days to six months. Experts have resorted to the method of "compressed sensing", which allows to analyze new signals on the basis of previous ones and is used in the recognition of speech.
According to experts, in the course of the experiments, their development was indeed capable of “deciphering the language of children”, fixing various shouts and determining which signal each of them transmits.
Experts recognize that their development has yet to prove its effectiveness in the course of larger studies. If it meets expectations, scientists expect it to be used in medical facilities and will help both parents and employees of maternity homes to get more accurate information about the condition and needs of babies.
The scientific work on the results was published in the Journal of Automatica Sinica.

DateDate: 6-06-2019, 06:00

At the site of collective funding Xiaomi appeared massager YUNMAI Muscle Massage Fascia Gun.
The device is manufactured by Zhuhai Yunmai Technology, a partner of Xiaomi. The device, although it has the word gun in the title, but more like a hairdryer or a screwdriver.
 
The task of YUNMAI Muscle Massage Fascia Gun is to relax the muscles after intense workouts. It also claims the possibility of treating various muscular diseases.
YUNMAI Muscle Massage Fascia Gun operates at three speeds: 1800, 2400 and 3200 rpm. Included are 4 different heads that allow you to massage different muscles.
The massager is powered by a 1600 mAh battery located in the handle. The battery life varies from 4 to 7 hours, depending on the mode.
Weight Xiaomi YUNMAI Muscle Massage Fascia Gun is 0.7 kg. Massager will go on sale July 13 for $ 115.
Source: https://ilenta.com/news/misc/misc_25084.html
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DateDate: 5-06-2019, 05:57

Company Fieldwork Robotics from the University of Plymouth presented a robot that can pick up more than 25,000 thousand raspberries per day.
The robot was developed by a professor of robotics at the University of Plymouth, Dr. Martin Stolen, reports futureout.com.
The robot uses machine learning techniques to determine “ripe” raspberries with its cameras and sensors. Once he has identified a good raspberry for picking, grabs (which can be compared to barbecue tongs) “grab” the berries and put them in the nearest basket. The development of this technology took almost $ 900 thousand.
According to Andrew Johnson, a representative of Frontier IP, a company that specializes in the commercialization of university intellectual property and supports Fieldwork, this process can lead to the fact that the robot will collect one berry every 10 seconds for 20 hours a day.
After the robot is fully equipped with four hands (currently it has only one), it will allow him to pick more than 25 thousand berries a day, which is much more than the average of 15 thousand, which a person can collect during an eight-hour shift , eg.
New technology can potentially help farmers solve the problem of labor shortages and the rising cost of hiring collectors.
The developers say that Fieldwork plans to conduct more tests in the fall and use the data to improve technology. The production of commercial vehicles will start in 2020.