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The State Of Robotics For 2015

While faulty hoverboards are setting themselves ablaze to celebrate Christmas, robots are gradually moving from labs to news reports to entering our daily lives.First in line are drones, already in many people’s hands, autonomous cars with early deployments such as Tesla’s autopilot,

TC Makers: Kinova Robotics Gives The Disabled A Helping Hand

Montreal-based Kinova Robotics was founded in part because of one man – the founder’s uncle, Jaco, a disabled inventor who created a manipulator for his wheelchair out of a hot dog pincher, some microswitches, and some complex electronics. This early attempt, while primitive,



This Man Is About to Put a Robot in Your Pocket

What will it take for robots to become as common in our homes and daily lives as smartphones, TVs, and computers? Ask roboticist Tomotaka Takahashi. The famous Tokyo professor aims to be “the Steve Jobs of robotics,” by moving away from technical specs and emphasizing design,

The Next Generation Of Home Robots Will Be So Much More Than Vacuums

Editor’s Note: Christine Magee is an editor for CrunchBase.If Hollywood’s depiction of artificial intelligence were accurate, we would be falling in love with operating systems, sharing our homes with Stepford wives, and fending off cyborg attacks by now. 



3D Robotics Taps Qualcomm For $50m Series C And Mobile Tech

The race to build the best drone is on and 3D Robotics is today announcing its latest round of financing that it hopes will enable the company to keep its commanding position in the marketplace. As part of the funding, the drone upstart also found a new partner in Qualcomm. You know,

This Robot Builds Other Robots, Learns From Failures, Builds Better Robots

Darwin probably didn’t expect basic principles of evolution to apply to machines, but here we are: Researchers have created a “mom” robot that independently reproduces “children,” passing beneficial features along to the next generation.Read more...

Soft robot skin could be a major boost for future space missions

Researchers at Purdue University have created a robotic fabric that can be contracted or relaxed when heated, making it possible to create lightweight robots more easily.Read more:

前端自动化测试工具doh学习总结(二) - 木的树

一、robot简介 robot是dojo框架中用来进行前端自动化测试的工具,doh主要目的在于单元测试,而robot可以用来模仿用户操作来测试UI。

Would You Rather Own a Boy Robot or a Girl Robot?

Before long we'll have personal robots available to help with tasks, safety, companionship, and more. To that I say Hell yeah! I can't wait to outsource all the boring parts of my life to androids. But here's the question: Will those droids be created male, female,

Robot builds its own robot offspring, improving on each generation

A mother robot built her own robot children, improving them with each successive generation — all with virtually no human intervention.Mull that over for a minute.The robotics breakthrough, reported this week in the open access journal PLOS One,

The Future Of French Robotics

French robotics can boast of several innovative robotics startups, entrepreneurs and researchers. But robots aren’t ubiquitous in the French industry, which has experienced steady decline in the past decades. Couldn’t robotics help? Read More



Researchers Teach Robots To Avoid Childhood Bullies

Kids are mean. Just ask any robot. Robotics engineers have discovered a tendency for little kids – kindergarteners and grade schoolers – to be abusive towards robots when they’re not near their parents. To prove this,

A machine that could love you? Japanese firm creates world’s first robot "with a heart"

Japanese electronics company Softbank claims to have invented a robot that you can interact with just like “friends and family.” Read more:

A robot that could fall in love with you? Japanese firm creates machine "with a heart"

Japanese electronics company Softbank claims to have invented a robot that you can interact with just like “friends and family.” Read more:

Swarming Robots Can Now Follow Your Fingertips

Controlling large swarms of robots is hard, at least on a human scale. But what if you trained them to follow your finger – via a tablet – much like you’d train a swarm of cats to follow a laser pointer. Now you’re cooking with gas.

Inside the Experimental Robotics Lab Where Machines Are Getting Softer

Last week, an artificially intelligent robot scared me to death . The next day, I travelled to Carnegie Mellon University where I met a lab full of robots designed to do the exact opposite. Big, soft, and inflatable, these robots are Disney characters in real life.

Build-it-yourself spider robot aims to help kids learn robotics

We've seen quite a few robots imitating nature — mostly made by scientists in university labs — but what if you could build your own and control it with your smartphone?STEMI — a play on the acronym STEM, meaning Science, Technology,

13 Robots Who Don't Know How to Robot

Not all robots are created equalThe past few decades have been quite progressive for the robot world. They've come to life, took our jobs, and may have even tried to kill us. But, luckily for us humans, some robots are flat out bad at their jobsSee also:

Robots Can’t Kill You—and Claiming They Can is Dangerous

If we start holding robots responsible for their actions – and accidents – we let their human designers and operators off the hook.Read more...

A robot you can print out of paper? The future's here, and it's weird

A researcher at MIT has developed a way for anyone to print robots out of paper, provided they have a few simple electronic components worth about $20. What robot would you build?Read more:

Don't Have Sex With Robots, Say Ethicists

Robot ethicists have launched the Campaign Against Sex Robots, seeking a ban on the development of robotic sexytimes.Read more...

The Squishy Future of Robotics

An anonymous reader writes "The field of soft robotics is fast growing and may be the key to allowing robots and humans to work side-by-side. 'Roboticists are prejudiced toward rigid structures, for which algorithms can be inherited from the well-established factory robot industry.

Even Robots Suck at Building Ikea Furniture

Folks have been fantasizing for years about the possibility of an Ikea-savvy robot. If Ikea uses robots to flat pack its furniture, surely we humans could use robots to assemble it! But despite at least a decade of attempts, one thing remains clear: Robots are terrible at building Ikea furniture.

The Dawn Of Our Robot Overlords Inches Closer As iRobot Starts VC Shop

Robot domination may have just taken another step forward.Just as venture capital investment in robotics are beginning to take off, the granddaddy of consumer robotics companies, iRobot, is launching a venture capital firm. Read More

Robotics Mission 2014: Would you trust a robot like you would your computer?

Our computers, tablets and mobiles have become vulnerable due to the nefarious side of the Internet, affecting the reliability and safety of such devices. But what about robots? Are they safe? Read more: http://www.itproportal.

These Slithering Modular Snakebots Are the Future of Robotics

A snakebot recently crawled up my leg. The engineers sort of grinned while I grimaced, wondering if I should try to attack it or cry for help, an impulse that comes from watching too many scifi movies, I guess. I expect most robots to destroy me, but these snakebots are designed to do the opposite.

Robot Dramas: Autonomous Machines In the Limelight On Stage and In Society

aarondubrow writes: We're entering an era where we'll increasingly coexist with robots and other intelligent machines — some of which may look like us. Not only is there a growing number of industrial robots (about 1.5 million today), there are 10 million Roombas in our homes,

MIT develops soft robot ‘tentacle’

Made entirely out of silicone, the robotic arm moves by pumping air into different segments of the limb and could prove useful in minimally invasive surgeries.Read more:

The TSB & UKTI Robotics Mission – what’s it all about?

Eight startups, several flights, a bus and a whole lot of robotics knowhow: ITPP joined the inaugral Robotics and Autonomous Systems Mission out in Silicon Valley.Read more:

The TSB & UKTI Robotics Mission: What’s it all about?

Eight startups, several flights, a bus and a whole lot of robotics knowhow: ITPP joined the inaugral Robotics and Autonomous Systems Mission out in Silicon Valley.Read more:

Rethink unveils Baxter the robot's one-armed brother, Sawyer

Baxter, Rethink's trainable robot, uses its two arms to complete menial tasks so humans don't have toThe bot sets itself apart from other workplace robots with its friendly face, ability to adjust to changing work conditions and relative affordability ($22,

Harvard's homebrew robot wars: University offers free toolkit to budding roboteers

Two institutions have launched a toolkit that provides enthusiasts and robot builders with all the “intellectual” tools they need to build their own soft robots.Read more:

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