AI News, Video Friday: UAVs Delivering Packages, More Sushi Than You Can Possibly Eat, and RoboCup Outtakes

Video Friday: UAVs Delivering Packages, More Sushi Than You Can Possibly Eat, and RoboCup Outtakes

The answer to all of these questions is 'why would we be asking if we didn't have all of this stuff queued up and ready to show you,' so check out Video Friday after the break.

Northrop Grumman's X-47B unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) just finished up itsairworthiness test phase, and Northrop has put together a highlight reel.

Between batches the casks are thoroughly cleaned, a job now carried out by ABB robots, which has removed people from a heavy and tedious task.'

Some 2,500 pieces of inari sushi per hour is a lot of inari sushi, which is why you need a robot to do the hard part: delicately stuffing rice into the fried tofu skin.

You'll see a bunch of footage of CHARLI, and make sure to stick around until 1:25 to watch a Darwin-OP pull a Zidane-style headbutt on some lesser robot which may or may not have made an insulting remark about its programmer.

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