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  • MIT's robot-cheetah can now see and jump over obstacles2015-10-16
  • MITs crazy and amazing robotic cheetah has learned a new trick. Now, the four-legged robot that can run and jump like a real animal can detect and jump over obstacles. A video posted to MITs YouTube channel on May 28 shows the Cheetah 2 rob

  • Honda's Asimo robot keeps on learning2015-10-16
  • The humanoid robot can run, climb stairs, kick balls -- and even knows sign language. The updated Asimo showcases major technological advancements including increased motor skills and hand dexterity -- he even knows sign language!

  • Germ-slaying robots fight infections2015-10-16
  • The health care and liability costs associated with infections are astronomical, and despite increasingly rigid policies and best practices designed to keep hospitals sterile, human workers aren't great at disinfecting the thousands of surfa

  • DJI brings more drone diversity to its lineup with Phantom 3 Standard2015-10-16
  • DJIs Phantom 3 Advanced and Professional camera drones are remarkably simple to operate, which makes them great for people entering the hobby. Whats not so great: their prices. To help out your poor credit card, DJI has introduced the Phant

  • Teaching a robot to fall over without making a fool of itself2015-10-16
  • Humanoid robots are still, as weve seen from this years DARPA Robotics Challenge, not exactly feasible. While the compilation video of robots falling over was worth a guffaw or two, it also demonstrated a fundamental flaw in robotics: lack

  • Nao Co-Writer Teaches Handwriting by Feigning Ignorance2015-10-16
  • Children struggling with handwriting might one day benefit from a research project involving the Nao robot. The Nao Co-Writer interacts with the child using a tablet. First the child makes the word using magnetic letters. Next, the robot wr

  • Robot Hand Uses Light to Sense Force, Paving Way to Collaborative Humanoids2015-10-14
  • Robotics researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are experimenting with fiber optic sensors. The researchers created a highly sensitive robotic hand that uses optical sensors and light to sense force. The sensors may play an important rol

  • An air traffic control system for drones?2015-10-14
  • When you fly on a commercial airplane, you can recline into your neighbors knees secure in the knowledge that somewhere someone is watching a screen on which you and your airship are a little dot. That persons job is to keep your dot away f

  • Drone Pilot Demand Soars in China2015-09-30
  • Most drone enthusiasts already know that China will continue to play a huge role in the Game of Drones. After all, it is home to DJI, the company that currently holds 70 percent of the global commercial drone market. The firm has grown from

  • 1 Million Drones Will Be Sold This Christmas, and the FAA Is Terrified2015-09-30
  • Any ideas what youll be getting for the holidays? According to the FAA, about 1 million of you will be getting drones, whether thats a high-end quadcopter or low-end $20 knockoffs from Walmart. Regardless, the FAA is very, very worried abou

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