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Running away to sea has been a dream of escape for centuries, but unless you plan to be a tap dancer on a cruise ship, that door may be closing.
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.
Scientists have built a robotic clam that isn't edible but could be incredibly useful, because it easily outperforms other commercial digging devices.
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.
When a patient is undergoing rehab for a condition that compromises their gait or sense of balance, the process certainly isn't helped by the constant worry that they might fall.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were welcomed to Reed's School in Cobham by a sea of a Union flags on Thursday.
Professor Gil Weinberg has already built a band of robotic musicians in his Georgia Tech lab.
The food industry is turning to robotics solutions to optimize production. Staubli's current range of SCARA and six-axis kinematics is more than capable of handling most any industry-specific requirement.
Google Inc. Chairman Eric Schmidt said his company is experimenting with automation in ways that will "replace a lot of the repetitive behavior in our lives."
The visit was part of an initiative by the company to inspire the next generation of engineers, scientists and technologists.
NASA has successfully concluded a remotely controlled test of new technologies that would empower future space robots to transfer hazardous oxidizer - a type of propellant - into the tanks of satellites in space today.
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.
FORTUNE A recent article in The Wall Street Journal provided a fascinating description of a robotic pill designed to replace injectable drugs like insulin that are used to treat chronic conditions like diabetes.
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.