Can robots actually know how feelings are like? I suppose if one could boil down feelings to a series of 1s and 0s, then it would be a phenomenal breakthrough, but until then, abstract ...
7 hours ago from Ubergizmo
Any kind of damage is just a flesh wound for this adaptable walking hexapod
Mon 28 Jul 14 from IEEE Spectrum
A robot that can juggle cars. And without any involvement from Michael Bay. That's the dream. Well, maybe it's just our dream, but a new Kickstarter project is trying to make it happen. It's ...
Wed 30 Jul 14 from Engadget
This is probably the most exciting 10 seconds of robot soccer you've ever seen
Wed 30 Jul 14 from IEEE Spectrum
In South Korea, the Hanwha Eagles baseball team has gained a bunch of new fans that'll never abandon them even if they lose every game they play. After all, these new die-hard supporters are ...
Mon 28 Jul 14 from Engadget
It's not just tech companies and factories that employ robots. You'll also find them on the job at "Conan," at least in a new sketch cooked up for the late night show.
Fri 25 Jul 14 from CNET
When Japan hosts the summer Olympics in 2020 Prime Minister Shinzo Abe doesn't just want to see humans competing – he wants robots to get involved as well.
Wed 23 Jul 14 from The Independent
Behold, the future of personal mobility devices: The Honda Uni-Cub. The Uni-Cub, which is self-balancing and has zero turning radius, is essentially a sit-on Segway without any handlebars. Most ...
Tue 22 Jul 14 from Extremetech
First it's extra robotic arms, and now it's extra robotic fingers
Mon 21 Jul 14 from IEEE Spectrum
Prefer a person picking your peppers? Psh. Processes performed by people are past, we promise
Thu 17 Jul 14 from IEEE Spectrum
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