Control electronics with your eyes with this Raspberry Hypervisor

The wearable device tracks the user's eye movements and pupil position to move a mouse cursor around on a device. 

People who cannot use their hands with full efficiency may find it extremely difficult to interact with touchscreen devices. So as to determine where you are looking, one of the IR CSI cameras feeds a continuous video stream to the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ running OpenCV (which is a library focused on real-time-computer-vision).

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This Robot Taught Itself to Walk Entirely on its Own

Google is creating AI-powered robots that navigate without human intervention, a prerequisite to being useful in the real world. 
Within 10 minutes of its birth, a baby fawn is able to stand. Within seven hours, it is able to walk. 

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