Taiwan company shows off violin played via machine learning
A pneumatic precision instrument designed and programed to play the violin caught visitors’ attention at the Taipei Industrial Automation Exhibition held at Taipei’s Nangang Exhibition Center on Aug. 21-24.
The remarkable machine was exhibited by Taiwan CHELIC Corp. and displayed how far machine learning and research in artificial intelligence had progressed in recent years.
The Taiwan CHELIC Corp. has been devoting lots of investment into researching and developing machine components that will be integrated with the Internet of Things (IoT). The automated robotic violin player showed how communications technology and electric circuits could be integrated with pneumatically powered machines to accomplish very specific physical tasks.
Taiwan CHELIC Corp. specializes in air-pressure powered devices, along with a wide array of valve and cylinder designs used in machine manufacturing. The company hopes to be a major player in the IoT industrial revolution in areas of automation, medical equipment, factory maintenance, and teaching materials, reported the Central News Agency.