Artificial Intelligence

Five of the world’s tiniest robots

Researchers into tiny robots is on the rise. Image: The Conversation/University of Washington

Joao Filipe Ferreira

Senior lecturer in Computer Science, Nottingham Trent University

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The RoboFly, tiny robot
The tiny robot, RoboFly is powered by a laser. Image: The Conversation/MarkStone/University of Washington

Rani Therapeutics RaniPill, a capsule like tiny robot for targeting medicine delivery.
Rani Therapeutics RaniPill, a capsule like tiny robot for targeting medicine delivery. Image: The Conversation

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