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Scientists create biological microrobots for self healing and regenerating tissue
A team of scientists engineered impressive tiny biological robots made from human cells that could be used to help regenerate tissues.
AI lawyers are helping defendants fight speeding tickets in court, for real
Entering a courtroom with a robot lawyer could be a real thing as defendants plan to use an AI legal assistant to help them in upcoming cases.
Robots from CES 2023 want to mow lawns, clean pools, and teach tennis
CES is all about the latest in technology, gadgets, and things on the horizon. It's also a place to see the latest in home robotics.
Honda develops new AI platform, wants humans and machines to better interact
Honda is using its knowledge from vehicle development to promote the AI-based Honda CI (Cooperative Intelligence) platform - with an eye on the future.
US Army's professional association conference features armed robots
Militarized robots remain a highly controversial topic, but the US Army is preparing for the future and is investing heavily in research.
Touchlab testing its robotic skin sensors in hospitals
Work is being done to give robots a human touch - Touchlab begins piloting robotic skin sensors for testing in hospitals - a huge step forward in tech R&D.
Stanford researchers create exoskeleton boot to help people walk
People struggling to walk around could greatly benefit from the exoskeleton walking boot as promoted by researchers from Stanford University.
NVIDIA Omniverse contest winner brings simulated bots to life
The winner of a recent NVIDIA Omniverse competition was a UCLA Ph.D. candidate with his IndoorKit, customized for robot simulations in indoor scenes.
Boston Dynamics, other companies say robots should not be weaponized
Boston Dynamics and a handful of other companies spoke out against weaponization of robotics, and vow to prevent customers from misusing their products.
Restaurants use robots to eliminate repetitive tasks, fill worker gaps
Restaurants are suffering from worker shortages, but might find robots as a suitable solution to help fill the void - and continue making food.
Walgreens using robots to fill prescriptions due to worker shortages
Walgreens is using robots to help fill prescriptions, which frees up time for pharmacists to have more interaction with customers - and will save big money.
WVU researchers using robots to improve workplace safety for employees
Researchers from West Virginia University hope to use robots to improve workplace safety for retail employees and customers while in store.
OSU researchers want to enhance veterans' health with robots
Researchers from Oregon State University teamed up with a veterans home in Oregon, hoping custom designed robots are able to help veterans with their needs.
Robots in Amazon warehouses moving closer to replacing human workers
Certain jobs filled by humans are under pressure from robots, and that is becoming more prevalent in warehouses - though not all is lost at this point.
DHL strengthens its partnership with company specializing in robots
DHL and Locus are expanding their partnership to bring more autonomous mobile robots into fulfillment centers ahead of Christmas shopping season.
Robotic servers helping ease worker shortages as tech expands
Restaurants struggling to find human workers might be able to augment their staff with the assistance of various robot solutions currently available.
MIT develops platform so robots can grip with correct force
Researchers from MIT do it again - this time with a platform for robots to have an easier time conducting regular tasks that humans can do with ease.
Watch this robot dog armed with a machine gun tested in Russia
A robot of an extremely similar design to Boston Dynamics' Spot has been kitted out with a submachine gun by a Russian citizen.
Record-breaking suspension bridge built with robots cuts travel by 97%
The recently finalized Luzhijiang Bridge is now the world's longest single-tower suspension bridge, at 800 meters (2,625 feet).
The smallest remote-controlled robot ever is now this tiny crab
The world's smallest remote-controlled robot has been created by engineers from Northwestern University, which takes on crab form.
Dyson building robots to do your household chores, release by 2030
Dyson shows off prototype robots in-development: they do your household chores, washing your dishes, aim to be on market by 2030.
New 'socially aware' robot can predict what people will do
Researchers from the University of Toronto have developed a new approach for robots to navigate the world while avoiding people.
Giant VR-operated humanoid robot used to fix power lines in Japan
The West Japan Rail Company has developed a large, crane-mounted, VR-piloted Gundam-style robot for maintenance along train lines.
Only in Japan: child-like robot created for dentists to train on
This super-creepy lifelike 'child' robot is helping pediatric dentists in Japan simulate a 'child's response to dental treatment'.
This robot dog is now being used in New York to fight fires
The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) has acquired some of Boston Dynamics' Spot robots to assist search-and-rescue operations.
As robotic automation is increasing, so is adult mortality
Increased automation in the U.S. manufacturing industry has been associated with rising mortality in U.S. adults of working age.
New lightweight precision robotic arm developed for space applications
A new robotic arm has been developed for space applications, capable of adjusting its understanding of its real-time location.
UK armed forces boss: 1/4 of army could be robots by the 2030s
UK armed forces head General Sir Nick Carter says one-quarter of the entire British Army could be robots sometime in the 2030s.
You can take Boston Dynamics' robot dog home with you for just $74,500
Boston Dynamics have announced that people can now buy their robotic dog called Spot.
These creepy robot waiters are being used for social distancing
Robot waiters are being used to help reduce the amount of human-to-human contact.
FCC proposes $12.9 million fine for man who did 6,000 racist robocalls
A man could be fined almost $13 million for a robocall campaign that was both racist and politically charged.
Scientists build a Spider-Man-like robot that sucks its way up walls
The Amazing Spider-Man might not be a human in real-life, but it can definitely be a robot.
The first living robots have been created, and they can work together
A new form of life has been created and its neither a traditional robot or a known species of animal.
Researchers make next-gen soft skin-like robots that are pocket-size
Researchers have developed stretchable skin-like robots that can be rolled up and placed in ones pocket.
Here's a herd of MIT's Mini Cheetah robots synchronise back-flipping
MIT want to show you that their Mini Cheetah robots aren't just for show, they can kick and soccer ball and even flip.
Delivery robots are being taught to map out their route in real-time
MIT and Ford have developed a navigation method that helps delivery robots map out their route in real-time.
First step made towards Big Hero 6 robots & they could save MANY lives
These self-assembling robotic cubes can move all by themselves.
2020 Olympic Athletes will cruise around in 20 automated robot buses
Toyota has announced that it will be supplying 2020 Tokyo Olympic athletes with transport through automated buses.
2mm tiny-bots to regenerate your health from the inside out
Some tiny robots have been developed that could have the potential of providing health benefits for humans in the future.
School Robot Competition: EPSRC UK-RAS Network & Twinkl launch AR app to design your own robot
Epson to Showcase Robots with Advanced Vision and Force Guidance Technologies at the Battery Show
6% of all jobs in the US replaced with robots in 2021
Report says 6% of all jobs in the US will be replaced by robots by 2021.
Ex-McDonald's USA CEO says its cheaper to hire robots, than teenagers
The former CEO of McDonald's USA says that buying $35K robots is cheaper than paying teenagers $15 per hour.
China is the first to have an autonomous police robot, with a taser
China is the first to attempt to mobilize a robotic police force, starting with a small Dalek inspired patrol model.
Over 5 million jobs could be lost to robots by 2020
Administration and office jobs are 'at the highest risk' of being replaced by robots by 2020.
Robot professional seeks ban to stop development of sex robots
No robotic sexy time!
Report: Robots, technology help create jobs, not destroy them
Don't be afraid of robots and technology!
Leading tech experts seek ban on killer robots on the battlefield
Killer AI? No thanks, experts say.
Toshiba testing its 'scorpion' robot inside Fukushima nuclear reactor
Toshiba will take its scorpion robot to Fukushima.
Another researcher shares concerns with artificial intelligence
The killer robots are coming!