The Robot that Recycles By Touch, Not by Sight



Developed by MIT CSAIL, RoCycle is a robot system that can automatically identify and sort recyclable materials using pressure sensors.

The robot can differentiate between paper, metal, and plastic with an 85 per cent accuracy just by touching them.

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