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In the movie "Terminator 2," the shape-shifting T-1000 robot morphs into a liquid state to squeeze through tight spaces or to repair itself when harmed.
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Blocks are small, self-contained robotic cubes that can configure themselves in a variety of shapes.
The Australian Army has begun planning for high-tech combat in Asia's mega-cities, including hotly contested cyber warfare, scientifically enhanced soldiers and killer robots, according to a new Defence Department study.
Amazon is getting serious about its plans to fill the skies with delivery drones.
An enveloped virus coats itself with lipid as part of its life cycle. New lipid-coated DNA nanodevices closely resemble those viruses and evade the immune defenses of mice.
Foxconn Technology Group plans to use more robots for its various manufacturing operations as part of its efforts to replace "dangerous, boring and repeated" work, which has often been blamed for the series of suicides at its various facilities in recent years.
Showing off her design skills, Vy Le, 15, of Palacios, posts images of her and Jessica Nguyen's robots to Facebook at the 2014 Digital Simulation and Robotics Summer Camp at the University of Houston-Victoria in the University Center Building.
Hello ladies and gentlemen, Muldoon here with this week's selection of interesting short films I think you ought to take a peak at.
Image Caption: In the researchers' experiments, the robot helicopter was equipped with a continuous-light source, a photographic flash, and a laser rangefinder.
The hammock looks inviting but your lawn needs to be mowed. A Robomow robotic mower provides a tempting solution.
GUIAN, China-Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. plans to make its own industrial robots it hopes will have the intelligence to handle assembly work like its skilled workforce, its chairman said.
Rosie the Riveter is now an assistance robot, thanks to Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers.
A global hardware hackathon is asking entrants to "Build the Future," without placing restraints on what that means apart from a short list of qualifying rules.
According to my buddy and fellow author, the marketing cyborgs are coming. Some are already here.
Robots are coming, and they will eventually take many of our jobs. Before you break out the torches and pitchforks, though, think about how your skills can be applied to work that machines will never be able to do.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 05:16 am
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