E-skin that can feel pain could create new generation of touch-sensitive robots

Published: 10 June 2022

Professor Dahiya, of the University’s James Watt School of Engineering, said:“What we’ve been able to create through this process is an electronic skin capable of distributed learning at the hardware level, which doesn’t need to send messages back and forth to a central processor before taking action. Instead, it greatly accelerates the process of responding to touch by cutting down the amount of computation required."

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First published: 10 June 2022

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