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Robots can build IKEA chairs now! - Quartz
After years of failed attempts, a research team in Singapore has successfully taught a pair of robots to do something that many humans still can't: build an IKEA chair. The wooden Stefan chair is not the world's first piece of AI-assembled flatpack furniture: Robots at MIT built a simple Lack table in 2013. A chair is more complicated. And while a robot can be programmed to do a single assembly-line task efficiently, mastering all of the small tasks that IKEA assembly requires is a bigger challenge. Some of the same things humans struggle with, like fiddling with bags of screws, dowels, and doodads while trying to distinguish the slight variations in shape, are also difficult for robots. Researchers at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University spent three years programming robots to accomplish the specific tasks necessary to build this particular chair. The next stage will be expanding the machines' intelligence to be able to assemble a chair just by looking at a photograph of the final product Read more

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'Crorepati' executives at Infosys double to 60 in FY19

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Tech Mahindra signs Rs 300 crore defence contract with Indian Navy

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Former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka's AI startup raises $50 mn

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How technology helps India stay fit

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Amazon now gets its own internet domain .amazon

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Science and technology drive each other, says former UoM vice-chancellor

Underscoring the inseparable link between science and technology, former vice-chancellor of University of Mysore (UoM) Prof J Shashidhar Prasad on Mon

Instagram data breach: Data of millions of influencers exposed online, leak traced to India

The leaked database contains information such as phone number, email IDs of the Instagram influencers, profile pictures, bio, their total number of followers and even their location data.

Infosys asked to produce code, documents in Australian dispute

Qudos Bank had accused Indian firm of copying its intellectual property to help Australian Military Bank.

Freshworks acquires customer success software firm Natero to expand its product suite

Freshworks said that this acquisition will enable them to add Natero's customer success suite of solutions to its SaaS platform, thereby providing bus..

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