Robohub Podcast

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Robohub Podcast is the podcast for news, interviews and discussions on all aspects of robotics. New episodes are released every two weeks, on Fridays. For more information click the robot or visit https://robohub.org/podcast

A wrist-veins biometric reader that functions as a security solution for smart devices.
Peter Corke on free, online courses in robotics and computer vision.
Question interpretation in a dialogue system, extracting patient timelines from doctor’s notes, and connecting words and phrases to relevant medical topics.
Sergey Levine on applying deep learning techniques for end-to-end design of robots.
Russian prosthesis and a robot for helping you find fitting shoes
Rick Faulk of Locus Robotics talks about automation in eCommerce warehouses using lightweight Locus Bots.
Roman Luchin on robotics a development platform between Lego Mindstorms and an embedded platform.
Kostas Daniilidis discusses research into understanding 3D structure from 2D images for robotic manipulation.
Roland Siegwart and Matthias Hüni on a Swiss Startup Accelerator.
Torsten Oelke on a start-up competition.
Bradley Knox on using machine learning to give a robot character.
Russian innovation clusters, waterproof drones, and underwater vehicles.
Speakers from RoboUniverse San Diego discuss tactile sensing and soft grippers in Agricultural Robotics.
In this episode, Ron Vanderkley spoke to Dr Moritz Tenorth, head of software development at Magazino, a Munich-based startup developing mobile pick-and- place robots for item-specific logistics. They discussed his work on the Toru robot and what it means to the warehouse industry today and in the future.
Domenico Prattichizzo on a robotic finger for those with partial paralysis.
Vladimir Stanovov discusses a wheelchair made for quadriplegic people.
Towards understanding 100% of the pixels in an image 100% of the time with Dieter Fox.
Hasier Larrea speaks about robotics to transform personal spaces.
In this episode, Abate De Mey interviews Jeff Sprenger, founder of the startup Xemory in Vermont, USA. At Xemory they are developing a robot simulation game called Xemo, where players learn to animate virtual robots. This game tackles the common challenge of roboticists to develop lifelike motions for their physical …
Edson Prestes on organizing a competition to find landmines.