Why Fb (Or Meta) Is Making Tactile Sensors for Robots

One way to minimize such delays is by cutting a path through the Internet, one that takes into account the traffic conditions up ahead. My company, Subspace, has built such a network using custom hardware and a proprietary fiber-optic backbone. And we’ve shown it doesn’t have to be complicated—users don’t have to do anything more…
Why Fb (Or Meta) Is Making Tactile Sensors for Robots


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