Phenotyping is the process of observing the physical characteristics of a plant in order to assess its health. Although a necessary part of crop breeding, it's also a very tedious and ...
Fri 24 Feb 17 from Gizmag
Automation is on the march on farms across the world, but it is costly, and may not come soon enough to fill the gapOctopus-like robots are plucking strawberries in Spain, in the US machines ...
Sat 25 Feb 17 from Guardian.co.uk
There are many obvious jobs that a robot could easily replace humans with. A good example would be manufacturing where instead of putting humans along the assembly line, a lineup of robots ...
Wed 22 Feb 17 from Ubergizmo
A knee-high, black-and-white buggy rolls down a snowy pavement in Estonia's capital Tallinn and, carefully avoiding pedestrians, stops obediently at the red traffic light of a large road junction.
Wed 22 Feb 17 from Phys.org
As more and more jobs are becoming automated, the world faces a dramatic shift in the underlying structures of its labor economies over the next 20 to 50 years. The conversation is slowly ...
Mon 20 Feb 17 from Gizmag
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Fri 24 Feb 17 from IEEE Spectrum
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Engineers have found a better six-legged gait than nature has devised. Anthea Batsakis reports.
Wed 22 Feb 17 from Cosmos Magazine
Sony Global Education Inc, which runs an education-related business, will release a programming learning kit for children Feb 18, 2017.
Wed 15 Feb 17 from Tech-On
The European Parliament’s draft recommendations for governing the creation and use of robots and artificial intelligence includes rights for “smart” robots
Wed 22 Feb 17 from IEEE Spectrum
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