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  1. Robot Pizza Company 'Zume' Wants To Be 'Amazon of Food'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Slashdot

    kheldan writes: Do you want robots making your pizza? Alex Garden, co-founder and executive chairman of Mountain View startup Zume , is betting you will. Garden, the former president of Zynga Studios, was previously a general manager of Microsoft's ...

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  2. Before the robots rise up, theya ll be making your next pizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Columbian

    ... pies. She doesn't complain, takes no breaks, and has never needed a sick day. She works for free. Marta is one of two robots working at Zume Pizza, a secretive food delivery startup trying to make a more profitable pizza through machines. It's also ...

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  3. Scientists Force Computer To Binge On TV Shows and Predict What Humans Will DoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Slashdot

    ... as the researchers' benchmark predictive-vision programs (30 to 36 percent). The point of the research is to create robots that do a better job of anticipating what humans will do. MIT's Carl Vondrick and his colleagues are due to present the ...

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  4. Taming Robot Arm Jump with AccelerometersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hack a day

    Last fall, I grabbed a robot arm from Robot Geeks when they were on sale at Thanksgiving. The arm uses servos to rotate the base and move the joints and gripper.

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  5. Can robots help solve our gender woes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Stuff.co.nz

    ... female servitude. As Laurie Penny writes in an April 2016 article in The New Statesman , the issue of whether or not robots are slaves designed to serve their masters or sentient beings with inner lives and autonomous instincts has long paralleled ...

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  6. If Tim Burton made a robot, this would be itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ComputerWorld

    With customers like the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps, Boston Dynamics doesn't go out of its way to build friendly-looking robots. But its newest creation, SpotMini, is even creepier than the others.

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  7. Robots controlling other robots? Watch this robo-arm control 10 3D printers at onceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    ... and James Gentes, they created a cloud robotics company ("Your hardware, our software"), able to train collaborative robots to carry out complex multitasking - such as operating an entire 3D printer farm without the need for much in the way of human ...

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    Friday | F&M Magazine

    Hardware and software systems from Caron Engineering provide more intelligent machining that is focused on unattended operation, machine process diagnostics, cycle time reduction, and eliminating operator error. Booth E-5636: Caron Engineering will feature a Tsugami B0205 auto-loading Swiss-type machine with a Fanuc Robot unload and Keyence Laser measurement technology.

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  9. 10-year-old Faith Strabala shows off her squid fingers Wednesday at Camp Invention.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Record-Courier

    Ever wonder what to do with those old electronics lying around the house or all the empty milk jugs, cardboard boxes and newspapers? Why not give them to the kids and have them invent something new. That is what 99 kids did at Camp Invention at Minden Elementary School on Wednesday.

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  10. Boston Dynamics serves up nightmare fuel with its "dancing" SpotMini robotRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    ... Boston Dynamics' videos, the SpotMini reveal starts off with a wide shot of the group's lineup of mech-slash-humanoid robots in what looks like the lobby of the organization. Among them is a smaller quadruped robot that comes to life and makes its ...

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  11. Five of the NRC's coolest inventionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Canada.com

    Trained musician and physicist Hugh Le Caine began working on what would be the world's first electronic music synthesizer in 1945, using ideas from atomic physics, radar and radio technology. The electronic music pioneer and composer's later Serial Sound Structure Generator built inside a gym locker was an Expo 67 highlight.

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  12. In secrets of coral spawning, hope for endangered reefsRead the original story

    Friday | West Hawaii Today

    ... of individual eggs. Shallow reefs are the main venue. But scientists in recent years have also deployed tethered robots to survey deep reefs. Surprisingly, given the diminished light and cooler temperatures, they have discovered that deep corals can ...

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  13. Robots are being programmed to take over manufacturing jobs :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Post

    Robots that work as assistants alongside people are set to upend the world of industrial robotics by putting automation within reach of many small and medium-sized companies for the first time, industry players said this week. Collaborative robots, or "cobots", tend to be inexpensive, easy to use and safe to be around.

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  14. NASA Extends Hubble Contract, Develops Robotic SpacecraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC Magazine

    ... spacecraft," Frank Cepollina, who led the five-crewed servicing missions to Hubble, said in a statement. Space robots could be valuable to commercial operators like a joint venture between Airbus and the start-up OneWeb, which wants to send more ...

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  15. Zume Pizza, A Startup Involving Pizza-Making Robots, Launches In Mountain ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sfist

    A new company in Mountain View is looking to disrupt the pizza delivery universe dominated by Domino's and Papa John's by fully automating the pizza-making and cooking process through robotics. Bloomberg takes us inside Zume Pizza - which for artisan pizzaiolos like Una Pizza Napoletana's Anthony Mangieri is probably the stuff of nightmares - which just began delivering pizzas in the Mountain View and Palo Alto vicinity in the last month.

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  16. Denso Invests $1 Million to Educate YouthRead the original story

    Friday | Modern Tire Dealer

    ... experience after graduation. "The foundation not only focuses on engineering programs, but also skilled trades and robots as these are becoming increasingly important in the automotive and technology industries," says Mike Brackett, member of the ...

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  17. From Habit Breaking To Googlers' Brainstorming: This Week's Top Leadership StoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fast Company

    ... three-step brainstorming process, which Fast Company got an inside look at this week. We keep hearing about how robots are steadily taking over jobs from humans-and some of that's already happening. But in the meantime, automation is also freeing us ...

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  18. News Spotlight -- Genre Books and Media: a column by Sandy AudenRead the original story

    May 16, 2009 | SF Site

    ... a brand new trilogy that mixes philosophical exploration with adventure and conflict... On a world of intelligent robots who seem to have forgotten their own distant past, it is a time of war as the soldiers of Artemis City set out to conquer ...

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  19. 1500 Geeks and Thousands of Tech Industry Leaders and Media Talk...Read the original story

    Friday | Information Technology

    From connected cars to hi-res audio, robots to drones, smart home solutions to virtual reality, digital health to wearable tech, the show covered technology for every aspect of your life. Over the course of the two days, there were hundreds of products on display and more than 75 tech industry leaders who participated in over 20 conference sessions, attracting 1500 geeks and thousands of media and CE industry professionals from across the nation.

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  20. Ita s official: Drone delivery is coming to D.C. in SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    ... find in a driverless car or unmanned aerial vehicle. It's likely that the service will start by field testing the robots themselves for a period before taking any customers. It could take a few weeks to teach the robots how to get around and "get ...

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