Thursday, July 13, 2017

7/6/2017 ROBOT NEWS REVIEW


NEWS   7/6/2017
Advancements in robotics are continually taking place in the fields of space exploration, health care, public safety, entertainment, defense, and more.
Wisconsin, Idaho and Virginia likewise passed state legislation to allow for the use of delivery robots earlier this year — all with the help of Starship ...
Robots in your office, robots in hospitals, robots at home. Is there anywhere robotswon't be in the future? From what CNET saw at the culmination of ...
Instead, he's leading a project designed to enable robots to “feel with their eyes.” Using this Proton Pack, Burka hopes to build up a database of one ...
Not long after the pizzeria Zume opened for business last year, its kitchen staff noticed a problem with some of its pizzas: they had holes in them.
The invasion of robots into factories and offices has long been seen as final blow for workforces ravaged by cheap offshore labour and the never ...
UK Robotics Week 2017, which took place at the end of June, culminated in a showcase of some of the coolest robots from around the world.
Scientists from German Aerospace Center are seen working as they test some robots on Mount Etna, Italy July 2, 2017. A robot wheels across a rocky, ...
Fingervision isn't much to look at. At first glance, it appears as though someone MacGyvered a GoPro case out of some clear food wrap and bits of ...
A computer model shows a robot called a microswimmer boring through plaque, a fatty material that can build up inside someone's arteries. Too much ...
U.S. businesses have every incentive to adopt labour-saving technologies, replacing factory workers with robots and desk jobs with smart software.
Starting this month, robots will invade Seoul's Incheon International Airport. The robots will drive themselves around the airport, assisting passengers ...
Scientists have delved to the bottom of Australia's eastern abyss, and what they found is more terrifying (and ridiculous-looking)... Play video.
An all-girls robotics team from Afghanistan selected for an international robotics competition in Washington, D.C. this month will have to watch their ...
To say that robots are after our jobs, and we should not allow this technology to move forward is very short-sighted. It is the equivalent to hiding our ...
Afghan school girls test robot vehicles at a school in Herat. Six Afghan teenage girls have been denied visas to travel to the United States for an ...
Oswaldo Pineda, 16 (right), and his twin brother Gustavo work on their robots on Thursday, July 29, at the Virginia Robotics and Cyber Academy in ...
Cybersecurity experts warn that many robots in factories and distribution centers have outdated software and weak authentication systems, leaving ...
Fastbrick Robotics Limited has announced it and Caterpillar have entered into a 12-month Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to discuss and ...
Humans are milking cows to feed other humans, but robots are now milking scorpions. Ha ha! Stupid robots! Seriously though, there's a reason that ...
SHANGHAI, July 6 (Xinhua) -- China remained the largest market for industrial robots in 2016, with sales rising by 26.6 percent year on year to 88,992, ...
The company behind popular connected toys is turning its attention to robots designed to help out around the home. Sphero is responsible for creating ...
DRONES, automated vehicles and robots to help Australian soldiers fight the wars of the future will be investigated by a new $50 million research fund ...
Ohio's new budget signed by Governor John Kasich on Friday contains a provision that allows unmanned delivery robots to operate on sidewalks and ...
Sean Stefan, left, and Luke Burrow piece together robotic parts at LEGO Robotics Camp at the Waccamaw Neck Branch Library.
The lights are glaringly flashing, music is pounding your ears, the usual nine Elvis look-alikes try to pose with you for a few dollars. A few robots are ...
(Imagine trying to glue two Jell-O cubes together.) It was a dilemma in the burgeoning fields of “soft” electronics and robotics that rely on hydrogels.

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