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  1. Ronald Polcawich says the smaller scale is what gives SHRIMP robots an advantage over larger robots -- which are too large to inspect damaged environments.

  2. The "Analyzing the Global Market for Collaborative Robots 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. In an age where robots are fast becoming an integral ...

  3. Tricky: Most robots don’t have fingernails, or friction-facilitating fingerpads that perfectly mimic ours. UC Berkeley and Siemens researchers have launched something called Dex-Net as ...

  4. Some of the leading lights in the artificial intelligence world have pledged to never help design lethal autonomous weapons—”killer robots” that decide for themselves who should be targeted ...

  5. In a nondescript industrial park in Merrimack, New Hampshire, Jason Walker is putting the final touches on what he believes will become the iPod of working robots. Walker, 47, is co-founder ...

  6. The hires raise a big question why is Facebook interested in robots? The answer is central to the problem of how AI systems work today. Today, most successful AI systems require millions ...

  7. Rolls-Royce showed off a handful of small robots this week that could aid in the inspection and repair of airplane engines sometime in the future. Though still under development, the ...

  8. ROBOTS will make more jobs than they take in the UK, according to a new report. The combination of artificial intelligence and robotics will displace up to 7 million jobs between 2017 ...

  9. MILAN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Flying robots that can travel dozens of kilometers without stopping could be the next big thing for power companies. Utilities in Europe are looking to long-distance ...

  10. Bringing another element of its IntelligentEngine vision to life, Rolls-Royce teamed up with academics from the University of Nottingham and Harvard University to discuss and demonstrate a wide ...

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