The AI vs robots race: How robots can perform multiple tasks like human beings
A quickening pace in the development of both artificial intelligence, or AI, technologies and robotics, is expanding the capabilities of machines to aid science and engineering ventures. One notable example is a heat-sensitive android named ANDI, which is enabling ASU researchers to gain more detailed knowledge about the impact of heat on human health. Experiments using the robot that simulates human breathing and sweating — developed by a research team including Fulton Schools faculty members and students — are expected to produce ideas for clothing or technology to protect people from heatstroke, or for new ways to treat people suffering from heat-induced health threats.
See Also: Sweating, shivering, breathing robots teach humans how extreme temperature affect the body, NPR, June 27
In a first, scientists unveil a robot that sweats, breathes and shivers, The Business Standard, June 24