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Cafe In Tokyo Employs Robots That Are Controlled By The Disabled

Image credit – KYODOBeing disabled means that there are certain physical things that you cannot do. This is more than just an inconvenience as it also affects a person’s employability, ...

2 hours ago from Ubergizmo

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Creepy robotic dog that can crawl, walk and run shown fending off humans who try to push it over

Scientists have unveiled a quadrupedal robot that can open doors, ride an elevator and, in perhaps one of the creepiest scenarios, move uninterrupted after being pushed over by a human. ...

13 hours ago from Daily Mail

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Video Friday: Self-Solving Rubik's Cube, and More

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos

Fri 21 Sep 18 from IEEE Spectrum

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Meet the new guardians of the ocean – robot jellyfish

New robot jellyfish could be the key to monitoring and caring for fragile parts of the world's oceans without damaging them.

Tue 18 Sep 18 from TechXplore

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New Sony Aibo Robot U.S. Pre-Orders Open

Sony recently brought back its Aibo robot dog after launching it first many years ago. The company has finally opened up pre-orders for the robot in the United States. Those who are interested ...

Wed 19 Sep 18 from Ubergizmo

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Sony's aibo robotic dog can sit, fetch and learn what its owner likes

Aibo, a $2,899 robotic dog from Sony, just might scamper its way onto some wish lists this holiday season.

10 hours ago from Phys.org

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Millennials likely to use robots to avoid human interaction at work

A new study by content solutions firm ABBYY has found that millennials are more likely to hate speaking with customers at work and would therefor defer to robots to handle those tasks. ...

Thu 20 Sep 18 from Daily Mail

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Soft wearable exosuit automatically tunes its assistance levels on the fly

Exosuits are basically robots that you can wear, and when it comes to a large number of early prototypes, they're about as comfortable and cumbersome as that sounds. But researchers ...

Wed 19 Sep 18 from Gizmag

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Ubtech introduces a new construction-themed STEM robotics kit

Believe it or not, the holidays are quickly approaching, which means that companies are getting ready for prime gift-buying season. Ubtech, an AI and robotics company, just released ...

Tue 18 Sep 18 from Engadget

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Li'l robot dispenses treats to engage home-alone pets

If you have a dog or cat that stays home alone all day, you likely worry about them being bored and inactive. Well, the Varram Pet Fitness Robot is designed to get them off their butts ...

Tue 18 Sep 18 from Gizmag

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