'The world's most advanced robot' arrives in Scotland

'The world's most advanced robot' arrives in Scotland

The Ameca humanoid robot was acquired by the National Robotarium (National Robotarium/PA).

An AI humanoid robot described as “the world’s most advanced humanoid robot” has been purchased by the National Robotarium at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh..

Created by Engineered Arts, Ameca comes with built-in microphones, cameras, facial recognition software and articulated robotic components, to make real human conversation possible.

In addition to speaking, Amika is able to make facial expressions including “playful” and “contemplative.”

The teams at Robotarium are keen to show what Ameca can do, with a core mission to “break down barriers and build trust between humans and robots”.

Scientists in Canada have discovered that hibernating queen bumblebees have greater endurance Floodssurvive for up to a week underwater.

The study, published in Biology Letters of the Royal Society, was drawn up after scientists discovered that bees that hibernated inside test tubes filled with water were still alive when the water was drained.

Dr. Sabrina Rondeau of the University of Guelph in Ontario tells Tech & Science Daily what happened when they later tested the resilience of 143 queen bumblebees underwater.

in Dubai It has passed Massacre at the city's airport, after the region's heaviest rainfall in 75 years.

The UAE saw more than 14cm of rain fall in a single day, which is roughly what you would expect in a year and a half.

Screenshots on Social media The video shows planes landing on flooded runways and passengers wading through water at the flooded Onpassive metro station in Dubai.

On Wednesday morning, Dubai International Airport said on Channel X that the flooding left “limited transportation options” and “recovery will take some time.”

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The Institute for Strategic Dialogue says social media site X was “riddled” with fake content Owns– Photos and videos produced in the hours following the Iranian missile and drone attack on Israel on Saturday.

In just the first seven hours of the drones' launch, “34 false, misleading, or AI-generated images and videos claiming to show the ongoing conflict received more than 37 million views on X,” ISD said.

Of the content identified, 77% came specifically from paid “verified” accounts, which are amplified by the site’s algorithm and can mislead users into thinking they are legitimate.

ISD also found that the Iranian government showed repurposed footage of a forest fire in Chile on its state television, claiming to show damage to Israel from the strikes, which was widely circulated on social media.

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