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Industrial robots have no brains and are programmed to move through actions that have been embedded in the memory bank. These robots repeat the exact same action every time an object goes by, making them efficient but limited in capability.
Let’s admit it, we all have a thing for robots. As such, it’s only fair to give them their due and honor them in an annual, vote-based popularity contest.
Cardboard Robot Allows DIY’s The Freedom To Program A Robotic Arm (PRWEB) August 13, 2012 Industrial-sized robots are one step closer to becoming a
Researchers studied, then replicated a simple nervous system that controls the hips and directs the legs to take steps on its own.
Imagine this: You're throwing a social event at your house, and suddenly, your guests look over and notice drinks being carried over to them via robot. No this pipe dream isn't from Rocky IV, but it could become your hosting reality with the new TurtleBot.
The Defense Advanced Research and Planning Agency (DARPA) issued a challenge to robot builders this week, as the move to rely on robots to do our dirty work rolls on.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.