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Moscow-based Neurobotics has revealed Russia's first female android.
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This giant bobblehead robot asks people for directions to get where it needs to go...
Freescale Semiconductors introduces a modular robotics development system, and an entry-level robot for US$200.
A small, child-like robot dubbed DeeChee, which is similar to a child between 6 and 14 months old, can learn rudimentary language skills that are not pre-programmed into the robot.
Two researchers at the Tokyo Institute of Technology have created a 3D-printed humanoid robot that can swim -- and may well make your skin, um, crawl. Read this blog post by Edward Moyer on Crave.
There many different types of humanoid robots out there but this is the first one created solely for swimming. SWUMANIOD (SWimming + hUMANOID) was created by researchers Motomu Nakashima and Chung Changhyun of ...
James DeChant's humanoid construction robot project - finalist in suckerPunch.
A couple of researchers over at the University of Wisconsin-Madison called Bilge Mutlu and Dan Szafir have been messing about with a Wakamaru humanoid robot to work in such a way that it can deliver information and at ...
We've written before about the U.S. military's use of robots in combat, and the occasionally freaky robots under development for the Defense Department.
The DARPA Robotics Challenge is decidedly not exclusive to humanoid systems. The three big ideas here are, first, we need robots that are compatible with shared environments, even though the environments are degraded, ...
Join an audience at swissnex San Francisco as scientists from Switzerland and the US discuss their research on humanoid robots, cognitive robotics, and artifici (Recommended: Cognitive Robotics and Artificial Intelligence http://t.co/Rsa9jmv3...
Robot enthusiasts, the time has come. The DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) begins today. Will you be part of it?
Registration is Track C is open for individuals and small teams without hardware using the open-source DRC simulator.
Along West Hill Road, just west of the Lincoln Gap in Bristol, Vt., sit two big yellow houses on a sprawling property featuring ten solar panels, a dock overlooking a sunlit, trout-filled pond, and porches adorned with rocking chairs.
Denmark quietly pushing ahead in the field of ‘welfare technology’...
HUBO has come so far from mastering the basics of mobility.
For many years, robotic technology has been an integral part of the industries of manufacturing, the military and space exploration to perform tasks that are laborious, dangerous, or even impossible for humans.
An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure created by a newly developed 3D printing technique for nano structures Researchers from the… (An electron microscope photograph shows a human figure created by a newly developed 3D printing technique...
You may not have realized how far the ASIMO robot has come.
New DARPA Grand Challange For More “Human Like” RobotsWebProNewsThis time we have DARPA coming out with a new Grand Challenge for robots.