Cornell Researchers develop microrobots that walk autonomously

According to Itai Cohen, professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, before, they had to manipulate these wires to get any response from the robot. But with their recent study, it is like taking the strings off the marionette with the brains on board. Cornell researchers implanted electronic “brains” in solar-powered robots measuring 100 to 250 micrometers in size, allowing the tiny robots to walk autonomously without being controlled externally. Robots are about the size of an ant’s head. Previously, Cornell researchers and others created microscopic machines…

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Google Ads Could Be A Security Risk

Google Ads are usually safe and only redirect you to shopping websites but this new version can be harmful as per Microsoft. According to a new Microsoft security alert, hackers are spreading malware and ransomware via fake websites disguised as Google Ads. We’ve all seen Google Ads, and clicking on them usually takes you to a shopping website or a product page that Google is selling based on your web activities. However, there is a new type of Google Ads out there that can be dangerous to users and their…

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