In the past, we saw that robots can do all sorts of things, such as singing and playing instruments, but we’ve never seen a robot that can learn and think on its own, until now.
This robot has been developed by folks from Hasegawa Group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Thanks to the technology called SOINN (Self-Organizing Incremental Neural Network), this robot can think like a human when it faces a task that it has never done before by making decisions based on its past experiences and knowledge.

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Kinect used to teach kids in South Africa

On March 28, 2011, in Gaming, by Keenan

All over the world Microsoft Kinect is in big hype. Not only is it the first interactive video game in which you do not need a controller for, but it also can be educational. 10 Million Kinects have been sold throughout the world, but also many different hacks have come out for it that can enhance the ability of the Kinect.

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