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1 hr ago | Business Journal
My father is a mechanic in a factory he's worked in for more than 30 years. He's retiring next year, and one of the last projects he worked on was assembling the robots that will soon replace the hundreds of employees who work on the factory's packaging line.
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6 hrs ago | USA Today
Show of hands, who likes to vacuum your house? I wouldn't raise my hands either.
10 hrs ago | Hedonistica
This is a short video of Honda demoing the latest version of their ASIMO humanoid robot.
10 hrs ago | SlashGear.com
Sous-vide cooking isn't new, but Mellow aims to make it mainstream with its eponymous "kitchen robot", a smart appliance that can not only cook but cool, and all controlled from your smartphone.
10 hrs ago | Control Design
It is very common to find industrial robots in a big warehouse with lots of machinery, conveyors, and robots moving products, conducting quality inspections, packing products, etc, but sometimes industrial robots pop up in places you least expect them.
13 hrs ago | ESchool News
RoboKind, the world leader in social robotics, announces the Robots4Autism Name Our Robot Contest results.
17 hrs ago | CNET News.com
Two Kansas high school students who had to be out of state at prom time get to dance with their friends, from thousands of miles away, thanks to technology.
21 hrs ago | Reuters
The world's first deep sea mining robot sits idle on a British factory floor, waiting to claw up high grade copper and gold from the seabed off Papua New Guinea - when a wrangle over terms is solved.
Good news ahead for tech and science innovators: American's are overwhelmingly optimistic about future tech, according to a new study.
Of all the questions kids have about astronauts and outer space, perhaps there's one that's not often addressed.
At least, that's according to Isaac Asimov, one of the 20th century's best-known science fiction authors, who in 1964 published an essay predicting what our world would look like today.
Robots, animals, space simulators, musicians, career advisers and a lot of hands-on science activities will be on hand at the Washington Convention Center this weekend, when the third annual USA Science & Engineering Festival ends with a "grand finale expo."
Many Americans think the next 50 years will bring custom-ordered, made-to-order organ generation, teleportation and robots that will take care of the elderly and sick.
For three years, Robonaut has had to manage from the waist up. This new pair of legs means the experimental robot - now stuck on a pedestal - is going mobile at the International Space Station.
We recently got a Roomba. I wouldn't call it a smart. I can vaccum and sweep faster and more thoroughly than the little rolling disk.
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I would suppose that Sony's most famous robot release would be their beloved Aibo , which happens to be a robotic pooch that was the bomb back in the day, although the $1,900 price tag back then would make any potential customer think more than just twice as to whether to splurge that kind of money on what is essentially an expensive toy.