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A group of girls are proving that Legos aren't just for boys. All- girl STEM campers learn about engineering.
Tasmanian farmers are future-proofing their industry by embracing drones, robots and other high-tech devices to help boost production.
Dr. Cynthia Breazeal, director of the Personal Robots Group at the MIT Media Lab, believes that the time is right for technology to become humanized, and that social robotics can help with elder care and disease management.
Without thinking, humans tend to mimic the facial expressions of others. When other individuals smile, people smile and feel warmth.
What an interesting topic! It's funny how Healthcare is probably one of the greatest/most important ways that technology affects our day-to-day lives, and yet the one we're most likely to not know something about.
Imagine that the chair you're sitting on became a sofa on demand as the day moved from light to dark.
BUFFALO, N.Y. Will every household soon have a 3-D printer? How does origami lead to safer airbags and other innovations? Will robots do more than vacuum your home? Technological advancements plus investment is pushing robots from niche industries into everyday life.
Researchers have developed a device that allows multiple robotic platforms to follow the path of certain odors.
HERB is a robot butler featured on the awesome new show Going Deep With David Rees .
Japan is hoping to stage a Robot Olympics in 2020 alongside the summer games which will be hosted in Tokyo.
Members of the Rhoban project's team check functions of a humanoid robot at the LaBRI workshop in Talence, France.
Well, Weird Al did it. He crushed Jason Mraz and landed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album charts.
Palliative care is one of the things that medical professionals struggle most with, because it's so hard to determine who's silently toughing it out and who's complaining about excruciating pain just to persuade the doctors to give them more morphine.
It was a storm that would terrify the bravest of mariners, but a California robot swam through it without blinking.
American citizens vying for national security clearances in the future can expect a barrage of questions, but not from humans.
National Center for Credibility Assessment is looking to bring the process of doling out national security clearances into the future.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:15 am
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