- SlashGear1 day ago
Researchers are always looking for ways to make controlling robots more natural for human operators. MIT is making strides in controlling robots using brainwaves and hand gestures ...
- MSN News1 day ago
How automation will revolutionize launches, orbital operations, and building huge things in space.
- The Verge14 hours ago
Last week in the New Mexico desert, military and civilian bomb squads faced off at the 12th annual Robot Rodeo, which is a week of intense training organized by Sandia National Laboratories.
- Fatherly via Yahoo News4 days ago
They argue that robots that depend heavily on an app-based interface end up being used as simplistic remote control toys. The app can be a distraction from actually playing with the robot.
- MSN News3 days ago
This week at Montreal's Palais des congrès, robots will outnumber humans. The RoboCup — an event to promote the development of intelligent and autonomous robots and new robotics ...
- IGN Videogames2 days ago
A group of scientists is using stem cells to grow "minibrains" that contain Neanderthal DNA, and hopes they'll learn to control crab-like robots. Organoids - miniature versions of bodily ...
- CNBC2 days ago
Bossa Nova robots are becoming a familiar sight in grocery stores across the U.S. Walmart uses them in dozens of its stores, from Florida to California, for example. The robots ...
- Ars Technica3 days ago
Enlarge / Robots doing robot things. Today is the second week of our experiment connecting a podcast to the written pages here at Ars. Specifically, we're running episodes of my tech- ...
- Refinery29 via Yahoo News5 days ago
In the show’s park setting, the hosts’ (or robots’) artifice is reflected in perfect doll-like makeup, as worn by Evan Rachel Wood’s character Dolores. How do the show’s makeup artists ...
- ZDNet3 days ago
Recent research indicates that there's a growing demand for RPA, which involves the use of software robots to handle any rules-based repetitive tasks quickly and cost effectively.