Latest Isaac Asimov's Robot Series Stories
Once solely the stuff of science fiction, a number of online communities and companies are now making it easier for you to build your own robot.
The future of robotics may not be as scary as one would think, especially if we are able to control robots with our minds like one scientist is trying to do.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield in the UK are currently developing robot swarms that could eventually lead to a better understanding of how a group of machines could work in concert to accomplish a given task.
According to researchers, if robots are ever going to move around a constantly changing environment effectively, they will need to be more aware of their own limitations.
An NSF-funded project has now set about developing a robot which can be designed, customized and brought to life in a matter of hours.
Researchers at one US university have developed a team of 20 miniature robots which can work together on complex tasks, and now they are hoping to expand their work to mass-produce the machines and prove their usefulness in a vast array of different scenarios.
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have used the deceptive behavior patterns of squirrels and birds to develop robots that are able to deceive each other.
Georgia Tech researchers surveyed older adults about how they would feel about having a robot around the house to help them with everyday activities and chores and the results were mixed.
It was inevitable, really, that one day we’d start seeing robots pop up in expected and unexpected places. Robots have been helping us manufacture and produce many of our most beloved items for years, such as automobiles, computers and even blue jeans.
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