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Are robots destined to beat humans at everything ? Maybe not or at least not yet.
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The creators of the Roboy robot wanted it to move as much like a human as possible, using a skeleton of 3D-printed bones and joints, tendons -- and coiled springs in muscles.
The White House's annual Economic Report of the President pushes a raft of proposals designed to make the U.S. economy stronger and more productive in the long run.
On Tuesday, KUKA robotics released a YouTube video of a table tennis match between former world No.
March 11, 2014: The California Department of Motor Vehicles must enact regulations that protect users' privacy in new regulations it is drafting that would cover Google's driverless cars and other "autonomous vehicles" traveling on California's highways, Consumer Watchdog told the DMV today.
Meet iStruct Demonstrator , also known as Charlie, the space robot monkey built by the German Center for Artificial Intelligence in Bremen, and exhibited this week at the CeBIT exhibition in Hanover, Germany.
A "toddler" robot that sees red, a digital master chef and a suitcase that never gets lost - new technology at the world's biggest high-tech fair has the potential to change lives.
In the past month two European technology companies have developed robots that can successfully play table tennis.
If you walk into art galleries around Bloomington this month, you may encounter paintings, sculptures and sketches from emerging artists.
To learn about the technology, applications, safety implications, and human impacts of this major advancement in the field, attend the Robotic Industries Association Collaborative Robots Workshop on April 16, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts.
As a general rule, industrial robots aren't even remotely safe to be around. It's not their fault, really.
Surveillance. Online privacy. Robots. Food processing. Wearable computers. To get a sense of what's on the minds of the tech industry's thinkers, leaders and tinkerers, it's a good idea to head to Austin, Texas, rather than Silicon Valley this time of the year.
Perhaps I'm naive when assuming everyone has seen Terminator 2 and kinda more importantly, Terminator 3 - the one where the robots become aware and start to kill the humans.
All, that is, except U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, who says violin music and a robot thespian are typical Sunday evening entertainment Protecting privacy was on the minds of almost all the dignitaries assembled in Hanover, Germany, on Sunday night to open this year's Cebit trade show, the theme of which is "datability," or big data with ... (more)
Google executive chairman and former chief executive Eric Schmidt took to the stage at SXSW interactive alongside co-author of 'The Digital Age' Jared Cohen, Google's director of its Ideas think tank, to discuss his views on privacy and the NSA, GCHQ, Russia and robots, reports Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith.
And Oxford professor Ian Brown is trying to find ways of stopping them from revealing private information which they come across.