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ELECTRICITY MAKES SOFT ROBOTICS MORE LIKE US MEATBAGS

Building a future where robots work alongside humans relies heavily on soft robotics. Typically this means there will be an air compressor or a hydraulic system nearby, taking up precious space. But it doesn’t have to. Engineers at the UC-San Diego Jacobs School have created a soft robotics system that uses electricity to control flexible actuators, …

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