A science and engineering partnership to advance robotics research and education
Researchers in multiple departments work to advance the capability of robotics numerous application spaces including social, surgical, rehabilitation, vehicles, drilling, manufacturing, space, nuclear, and defense.
UT researchers regularly host robotics activities to engage the community at-large. These include lab tours, workshops and also on-site demonstrations.
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New UT program puts focus on ethical AI, building robots to do 'helpful tasks' - KXAN
AUSTIN (KXAN) — How does society approach the ethical use of artificial intelligence and building robots?
It’s a question students at the University of Texas at Austin will soon have to take a deeper look into.
Called CREATE (Convergent, Responsible, and Ethical AI Training Experience for Roboticists), it will offer graduate coursework and professional development in responsible design and implementation
Robots for Humans - Texas CEO Magazine
A Conversation with Dr. Nicholas Paine and Jeff Cardenas of Apptronik
The two 35-year-olds, who cofounded Apptronik and serve as its Chief Executive and Chief Strategy Officer respectively, didn’t get into the field of robotics to tinker around the edges. In fact, Nicholas told Jeff early on that his greatest fear was Apptronik becoming “a robot vacuum cleaner company.” These native Texans are thinking a lot bigger than an improved Roomba: We’re talking humanoid robots, Iron Man suits, and other innovations that have the potential to transform how humans live.
University of Texas and Bush Combat Development Complex Robotics Collaboration Begins
Research teams at The Texas A&M University System’s George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC) and The University of Texas at Austin have begun a collaborative research effort to modernize the Army’s autonomous systems.
Texas Robotics is engaged with Army Futures Command to develop leading-edge robotics solutions.