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In the not-to-distant future, NASA expects humans - not robots - to be exploring the surface of Mars.
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Computer giant's motto is `Don't be evil', but some worry that tech purchase brings allure of defence contracts.
"There's a trillion-dollar industry that's staring everyone in the face," said David Bourne, a principal research scientist at Carnegie Mellon's The Robotics Institute.
A group of South Korean scientists have developed a microscopic robot that can both detect and treat cancer.
Yann LeCun, the NYU professor Facebook just hired to run its new artificial intelligence unit, promises to do something the social media giant has never done before.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute students received ATLAS, a 330-lb. humanoid robot, that they will use to compete in a DARPA robot competition.
After the success of Atomic Age, No.19 Music released recently from Canadian musical talents My Favorite Robot , the label has decided to enlist four acclaimed producers to provide remixes of key tracks.
Google is exerting focus with its agenda on robotics and its latest acquisition is Boston Dynamics, a company that makes military robots for the U.S stands as a testimony to the fact.
Google is on a robot buying spree. And nobody knows why. Amid worries of Skynet, there's also talk of elder care and nuclear cleanup.
This coming weekend, a competition called the DARPA Robotics Challenge is being held to test the skills of robots designed to assist people in disasters.
A reporter at TIME magazine recently got a phone call from a woman named Samantha West who wanted to talk about health insurance.
When it wants something, Google doesn t just stick its toe in the water. No, it simply dives in head first.
NASA scientists are preparing the robot Valkyrie to compete in the DARPA robotics challenge and hope to one day see the robot go to Mars.