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Analog cellular networks for locomotion control in biorobots »

Paolo Arena and Luca Patane

Complex nonlinear dynamical systems can be used to model and implement controllers for walking robots.
 
 
Multipurpose integrated active contact lenses »

Andrew Lingley and Babak Parviz

Electronics, sensors, and communication capabilities will all be embedded in future contact lenses, presenting new opportunities in applications ranging from medicine to virtual reality.
 
 
BRAINS AND MACHINES
Analog for all? »

Sunny Bains

If you've been following my analog posts you'll know that one of my concerns has been that we don't train enough engineers who are really comfortable working in this area. Analog has two major problems: not only is it just...
 
 
Silicon synapse implements multiple neural computational primitives »

Chiara Bartolozzi and Giacomo Indiveri

A compact analog circuit produces realistic excitatory postsynaptic currents in response to presynaptic action potentials and is compatible with circuits that model plasticity on both short and long time scales.
 
 
BRAINS AND MACHINES
Letting the physics do the thinking »

Sunny Bains

Although I've no doubt that digital computing will be crucial to the development of intelligent robotics, one of my interests is in the other - often neglected - technologies that will also be vital to making it happen. One of these is mechanics...
 
 

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