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Robots that mimic the way cockroaches can scuttle through teeny-tiny cracks might one day help first responders locate and rescue disaster victims trapped in debris, researchers say.
Robots are already in space and benefiting humans, NASA says, even though (so far) we don't have trusty R2-D2s by our side bleeping comments and questions.
A four-legged robot with serious athletic endurance recently walked its way right into the history books.
Jazz-playing computers and robots could soon yield clues about how to help people collaborate with machines, researchers say.
Helicopters of the future could use insectlike robotic legs to land in unlikely places — like the slopes of steep hills or the decks of rocking boats.
Boston Dynamics' sure-footed humanoid bot is one of many supermobile machines that are cool and capable.
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