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Description They hope the device will make it much easier to collect delicate animals in the ocean without hurting them.

#Environment & Nature;#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Could robots soon help rescue crews save the survivors of a natural disaster? Such a mission would require that the robots be able to determine, on their own, which tasks to perform and in what order to perform them; for ...

#Robotics & Manufacturing
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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Rolls Royce just unveiled the latest iteration of its cockroach-like robots designed to enter airplane engines and assist engineers in the repair of issues.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 19 July 2018

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Description A machine that gently catches and releases animals underwater could help researchers take a more detailed census of the deep sea.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 18 July 2018

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Description 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...

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 18 July 2018

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Description A famous viral video about the DARPA Robotics Challenge shows all sorts of humanoid robots clumsily falling down. Bipedal movement is rather unstable, which is not only a problem for a robot trying to complete its task, but ...

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 18 July 2018

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Description A new highly maneuverable search and rescue robot that can creep, crawl and climb over rough terrain and through tight spaces has been developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 18 July 2018

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Description Along a quiet residential street on the outer edges of Beijing, a yellow and black cube about the size of a small washing machine trundles leisurely to its destination.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 18 July 2018

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Description Neato Botvac D7 Connected now under £500 with a 38% price hack

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 17 July 2018

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Description 'MELTANT-α' is a humanoid robot created by a Japanese company called Meltin. Its fingers mimic human hands.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 17 July 2018

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Description A robot from MIT that uses "blind locomotion" rather than cameras and sensors may one day help first responders locate survivors after emergencies.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 17 July 2018

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Description The advent of automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning is perhaps one of the biggest disruptions that the manufacturing industry has encountered. These technologies could impact...

#Robotics & Manufacturing;#Social & Corporation affairs
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 16 July 2018

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Description MORE access to artificially intelligent sex robots could fuel a rise in sex addiction, warn psychology experts. The controversial pleasure droids are being manufactured by a range of companies in the US and Japan, including Californian sex tech startup Realbotix, makers of the Harmony 3.0 superdoll.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 16 July 2018

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Description These nifty products will make your life easier at home.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 16 July 2018

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Description There are plenty of people out there who base their research on studying robotics. However, robots can help us carry out study in other fields, too — as a new folding grabber robot developed at Harvard University makes clear. Harvard’s innovative RAD robot (that’s short for “Rotary Actuated Dodecahedron,” although it’s pretty rad as well) is designed to be able to perform delicate feats, such as catching underwater creatures with ease and, crucially, without injuring them in the process. It does this using what can be described as a Poké Ball on a robot arm, capable of closing over an object without damaging it. It has so far been put through its robotic paces in an aquarium and deep in Monterey Canyon, off the coast of central California, where it was used to catch a jellyfish, a squid, and an octopus.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 16 July 2018

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Description Tianqi Sun, CEO of robotics firm Vincross, has created a delightful mod of his robot Hexa which cares for a houseplant when the owner is too forgetful to water it.

#Robotics & Manufacturing
Field # Robotics & Manufacturing
Updated 14 July 2018