NTU Singapore scientists develop ‘mini-brains’ to help robots recognise pain and to self-repair



Published on : 16-Oct-2020

The system has AI-enabled sensor nodes to process and respond to 'pain' arising from pressure exerted by a physical force. The system also allows the robot to detect and repair its own damage when minorly 'injured', without the need for human intervention. ​

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Lianhe Zaobao, page 12 and online, 16 Oct
CNA (10pm), 21 Oct 
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