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What might a robot-controlled 'lights-out' data center look like? The racks will be taller, as robotics systems can reach higher to manage servers.
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NASA can send robots to Mars, no problem. But if it's ever going to put humans on the Red Planet, it has to figure out how to feed them over the course of a years-long mission.
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This virtual robot evolved to move as quickly as possible using four types of tissue: soft support tissue, bone and two types of muscle.
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While ants can spoil a picnic, and fire ants are despised for their painful bites, the tiny creatures are masters at tunneling, and this expertise could be put to good use.
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If you've been dreaming of strapping on your own "Iron Man" armor, you might have to wait a while longer.
Wells Fargo's Walter Price says analysts aren't giving Google enough credit for growth in its mobile and video businesses and says the stock holds more opportunity than rival internet giant Yahoo.
Compared to single-lens eyes, compound eyes offer lower resolution, but significantly larger fields of view, thin package, and with negligible distortion.
Researchers believe new findings about the curious locomotion of fire ants could give engineers lessons for building automated search-and-rescue robots designed to hunt for human victims trapped underground.
The following was sent by the Ridgewood Public Schools. The RHS Robotics Team competed in the annual Botball Competition on May 11 at Rahway High School.
This is the video shown to participants in a study conducted by the University of Duisburg-Essen to determine if humans feel empathy towards tortured robots .
On the rise at New York's downtown film festival this year: post-Hurricane Sandy transmedia, robot documentarists, Vine, lolcats, Facebook-chat reconstructions, a crowd-boggled Paul Verhoeven, cross-format histories from the archive, a smearily digitised Charles Lane rediscoverya and three 35mm celluloid blasts from the past.
The latest "virtual therapist" -- charged with helping diagnose depression -- comes from psychologist Albert Rizzo and computer scientist Louis-Philippe Morency at the University of Southern California .
Future teams of subterranean search and rescue robots may owe their success to the lowly fire ant, a much-despised insect whose painful bites and extensive networks of underground tunnels are all-too-familiar to people living in the southern United States.
A humanoid robot can receive an object handed to it by a person with something approaching natural, human-like motion thanks to a new method developed by scientists at Disney Research, Pittsburgh in a project partially funded by the International Center for Advanced Communication Technologies at Carnegie Mellon University and Karlsruhe Institute of ... (more)
He has made and lost tech fortunes in less time than it takes most people to complete a college degree.
The influential French electronic duo crafted its first film score, for "Tron: Legacy," three years ago and are now releasing a well-financed, smartly hyped pop album featuring what they call an ensemble cast of contemporary singers and veteran musicians.
We have seen the future of robots, and they'll probably run faster than you. Whether it be pneumatic muscles, a biometric design, or even one that can hit 28.3mph, a tad faster than Usain Bolt's top speed during his record-setting 100m dash, these robots are definitely conversation pieces.