✅ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pro_robots You’re on PRO Robotics and in this video we talk about the WAIC 2021 Robot Expo. The latest developments in robots and artificial intelligence were presented at the Robot Expo in China. New drones, cities of the future, autonomous buses – all this and more you will learn from the high-tech news release. Be sure to watch the video till the end and write in the comments, and which novelty impressed you more than others? 0:00 In this video 0:19 China WAIC 2021 0:35 Huawei Smart City 1:37 A new version of Walker X robot from UBTECH Robotics 2:56 Baidu unveils Apollo Moon drone with 5G support 3:36 SenseTime unveils autonomous minibus with augmented reality 4:22 Qomolo unmanned truck 4:43 Banma unveiled an intelligent cockpit at the show 5:07 Drones for delivery automation 5:44 The rest of the new products at the show 6:28 Nurse robot 6:58 Scientists at Stanford University have printed elastic artificial skin on a 3D printer 7:36 Robot pizzeria 8:08 Abundant Robotics announces its closure 8:41 NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance has completed its first launch of the Autonav navigation software system 9:21 UC Berkeley engineers teach four-legged robot Mini Cheetah to autonomously jump over obstacles 9:58 Future gaming chair concept 10:33 UK Ministry of Defense invests $4.8 million in Defense Science Technology Laboratory Program 11:11 Hyundai Rotem has supplied the national army with two multipurpose ground wheeled robots for combat testing 11:53 Promobot to develop full-size walking humanoid robot by 2035 12:09 American [More]
In this talk I will discuss recent trends and developments in deep learning research. I’ll then touch on the significant progress that this research has produced in a number of areas, including computer vision, language understanding, translation, healthcare, and robotics. These advances are driven by both new algorithmic approaches to some of these problems, and by the ability to scale computation for training ever large models on larger datasets. I’ll discuss both of these issues. Finally, one of the reasons for the rapid spread of the ideas and techniques of deep learning has been the availability of open source libraries such as TensorFlow. I’ll give an overview of why these software libraries have an important role in making the benefits of machine learning available throughout the world.
Daniel Cave moderates a discussion with guest speakers Dr Samantha Hoffman, Lotus Ruan and Elsa Kania. The panel tackled some of the most important cyber, technology and security developments occurring in China and assess their international implications. From the country’s emerging Social Credit System, the use of Artificial Intelligence and surveillance technology, Internet censorship, big data to the global expansion of China’s giant Internet and tech companies.
Google AI Chief Jeff Dean on Google’s newest developments in AI Google is placing a lot of importance on engaging with governments across the world, even amid tensions around artificial intelligence, privacy and fake news, according to one of the company’s top engineers. “It’s important to engage with governments around the world in how they’re thinking about AI — to help inform them,” Jeff Dean, head of Google AI and one of Alphabet’s top computer scientists, told CNBC’s Josh Lipton on Tuesday. “Obviously tech companies have a lot of expertise in this space. We can offer advice and our views of where the technology is going — what impact that might have in the broader society. And I think you want governments to be thinking carefully about what the implications of these technologies will be five, 10 years down the road. That seems like a helpful dialogue to have.”