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Researchers conduct experiment as part of what is believed to be the first detailed examination of robot deception.
Dennis Hong is living his dreams ... literally ... in a lab filled with wacky robots.
WESTMINSTER, Md., June 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A General Dynamics Robotics Systems-led consortium of eight academic and corporate leaders in robotic technologies has been awarded a $63 million five-year research agreement by the U.S.
A new tool for dieters is scheduled to be released later this year, but this one actually talks to you and tells you what you need to hear.
When the legendary science fiction writer Isaac Asimov penned the "Three Laws of Responsible Robotics," he forever changed the way humans think about artificial intelligence, and inspired generations of engineers to take up robotics.
A Drexel University-led research team late last week unveiled the newest, most central member of its collaboration with a team of Korean researchers: Jaemi, a humanoid (HUBO).
The International Journal of Humanoid Robotics is scientific journal established in 2004 and published by World Scientific. It covers the development of intelligent humanoid robots, both theoretical and practical in nature, with an emphasis on future projections. Areas covered include: Design, Mental Architecture, Kinematics, Visual Perception and Human-Robot Interaction. Editors-in-Chief of the journal are Ming Xie (School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological...
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