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20 min ago | Fox News
Reliant, a robot that operates underwater to protect Navy vessels and American waters from enemy mines, is also a record breaker.
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4 hrs ago | Business Journal
Robotics and artificial intelligence systems will wipe out more U.S. jobs than they create for some of the next decade before society adapts to the new machines.
7 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News
A monitor displays what is happening with a da Vinci robot operating system as Dr. John Lenihan operates in Tacoma, Wash., in 2012.
9 hrs ago | USA Today
An Amazon.com octocopter flies with a small package on Dec. 1. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that his company is looking into using drones to deliver small packages.
12 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area
Inside a Bay Area's Burlingame Hyatt hotel, a robot from a company called Knightscope is prowling around, looking futuristic, sinister, and adorable all at the same time.
12 hrs ago | CNN
These awesome flying robots are taking unmanned flight in new directions. Watch them hover like a bee, flap like a bird and bounce like a ball.
14 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Students from Homewood Middle School are headed to Auburn this weekend, to participate in their regional BEST Robotics event, after winning first place in a local competition last October.
16 hrs ago | Science Daily
No, this isn't a sci-fi dream. The technology is almost ready. However there is still one condition they must meet to be effective: these devices need to have the same "softness" and flexibility as biological tissues.
20 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
A Silicon Valley startup has developed a surveillance robot that it says can cut crime by half, but its appearance on streets would be sure to prompt more debate about technology and privacy.
Computerworld - Google , the worldwide leader in online search, is also the company behind the dominant Android mobile platform, Google Glass wearable technology and the Google Maps app.
Someday you will take a pill that will fix your body. Sounds like science fiction and, though not yet science fact, it is a tantalizing potential presented by a breakthrough in nano technology and biomedicine from researchers in the U.S., Denmark and Rome.
Intuitive Surgical Inc., the maker of a $1.5 million robot surgery system, told doctors that friction in the arms of some devices may cause the units to stall, the second warning issued about the company's products in a month.
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Inhuman, unfeeling robots are a staple of science fiction - as is the fear that one day, their cold, logical minds might deem humans unnecessary.
Google has revealed it has taken over seven robotics companies in the past half a year and has begun hiring staff to develop its own product.
Detroit can go into bankruptcy, a judge has ruled. Likely it means that workers' pensions will be at least in part stolen from them.
Andy Rubin, the engineer heading Google's robotic effort and the man who built the Android software for smartphones, in Los Altos Hills, Calif.