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Robot Swarm! NYC Exhibit Uses Bots to Teach Math
MoMath's new robots.
December 12th, 2014
A new interactive exhibit in New York City teaches kids and adults alike about the mathematical order of the natural world in an unconventional way: with dozens of swarming robots.
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Robot Laws: How to Regulate Driverless Cars & Robo-Surgeons
Driverless car accident
October 17th, 2014
If a self-driving car causes an accident or a surgical robot kills a patient, whose fault is it? These are some of the questions a recently released European Union-funded report seeks to answer.
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Germ-Zapping Robot Could Fight Ebola and Other Deadly Viruses
The robot in action.
November 11th, 2014
A new germ-zapping robot could help stop the spread of deadly viruses, like Ebola, in hospitals and other health care facilities in the United States.
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Reading Robot Minds with Virtual Reality
The measurable virtual reality system.
November 5th, 2014
With no brains to peer into, researchers have to work hard to dissect a bot's point of view.
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Snake Robots! Slithering Machines Could Aid Search-and-Rescue Efforts
The Carnegie Mellon snake robot.
October 9th, 2014
One snake's ability to shimmy up slippery sand dunes made it the perfect subject for a new study aimed at getting robots out of the lab and into the real world.
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Robots 'See' Objects with High-Tech Fingertip Sensor
The GelSight sensor.
October 7th, 2014
Some robots can swim. Others can kick, fetch, jump or fly. But the latest development in the field of robotics lets machines carry out an activity that is somewhat less athletic: plugging in a USB cord.
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'Muscles' Triggered by Electricity Could Power Tiny Robots
Particle Chains
November 10th, 2014
Tiny electrically activated "muscles" could one day give rise to microscopic robots that are smaller than a grain of sand, researchers say.
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'Smart' Robot Could Help Rescue Disaster Victims
The new algorithm distinguishes between human bodies and debris.
October 27th, 2014
A new robotic tool could help rescue workers locate victims of disasters and other emergencies before venturing into collapsed buildings or other potentially dangerous places.
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