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Daniel Casner, left, co-founder of Robot Garden, and Jim Berry, steward for Robot Garden, test a laser cutter at the I-Gate innovation hub in Livermore on March 2, 2014.
Ryan Stanley and Zach Marion, members of the winning team from Wood County at a robotics competition held at the Capitol on Thursday, show off their robot.
What if math teachers across the country could get their pupils to learn two to three times faster? Yearlong courses like pre-algebra and geometry could be condensed to several months, freeing up students to dig deeper into subjects or learn additional material.
Daniela Rus, professor in electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be moderating a panel event at South by Southwest Interactive in Texas on March 10. Next week, thousands of tech enthusiasts and startup founders will be at the annual South by Southwest Interactive event in Austin, Texas.
Humanoid robots are not just the stuff of science fiction: these computing devices are likely to be walking around our streets in the next decade.
RROxiTT lead roboticist Alex Janas stands with the Oxidizer Nozzle Tool as he examines the work site.
The US space agency is incorporating results from this test and the to prepare for an upcoming ground-based test of a full-sized robotic servicer system that will perform tasks on a mock satellite client.
While the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency may get more money in 2015 to study sensors and robots for use in warfare, the hot area of cognitive computing research could lose out.
While many people consider Ocado to just be the grocery delivery service for Waitrose, and now Morrisons, the company actually has its own technology division.
With a new contract from the U.S. Army, the University of Nevada, Reno is partnering with NevadaNano to develop a robotic flying vehicle that can be used for environmental health and safety monitoring of large areas.
Technology has changed not only how people do things, but how people perceive and create art as well.
He summons his computerized butler and requests a report on moisture and temperature.
A survey from Vouchercloud finds that a lot of Americans don't talk tech - at least not very well.
The EU is funding a 3.5m euro project dubbed Maritime Unmanned Navigation through Intelligence which aims to develop its own autonomous ship.
Ryan Calo, the organizer of the annual Stanford conference on Robots and the Law has written a new paper called Robotics and the New Cyberlaw , examining the new legal challenges posed by the presence of robots in our public spaces, homes and workplaces, as distinct from the legal challenges of computers and the Internet.