Matt Shipman, research communications lead, North Carolina State University
North Carolina State University researchers have created a “brainless” soft robot that can navigate more complex and dynamic environments. See video.
Researchers have created RoboMapper, which can conduct experiments to develop a range of semiconductor materials with desirable attributes.
Researchers have developed an AI framework that is better at analyzing and categorizing dialogue to make teamwork easier.
North Carolina State researchers are working on improving vision transformers' (ViTs) efficiency so they can simplify their computing power and make their decision-making abilities more transparent.
A caterpillar-like soft robot that can move forward, backward and dip under narrow spaces has been developed.
Researchers have demonstrated an automated technology capable of accurately measuring the angle of leaves on corn plants in the field, providing farmers with useful data more quickly.
Researchers have developed a technique that uses liquid metal to create an elastic material impervious to gases and liquids, which could help improve protection from gases.
Researchers have developed a stretchable strain sensor that combines sensitivity and range, allowing it to detect minor changes in strain than previous technologies.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have created a ring-shaped soft robot capable of pulling a small payload across the surface – in ambient air or under water, as well as passing through a gap narrower than its ring size. See video
North Carolina State University researchers learn that network pruning can adversely affect the performance of the model at identifying certain groups.