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Pint-Sized Robot ‘Romo’ Rolls From Kickstarter to VCs to Neiman Marcus

Pint-Sized Robot ‘Romo’ Rolls From Kickstarter to VCs to Neiman Marcus | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Romo, a pint-sized, self-learning bot that is controlled by an iPhone and able to interact with people, raised five times the amount it needed on Kickstarter, then got venture backing. Now it's being featured in the Neiman Marcus holiday catalogue.
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Botiful, social telepresence robot for Android

Botiful is an Android powered robot revolutionizing the way you communicate with distant people.
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Australian robotics researcher says smartphone-driven car is a year away

Australian robotics researcher says smartphone-driven car is a year away | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
YOUR phone will one day drive your car....
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Romo the robot uses your smartphone as its brain

Romo the robot uses your smartphone as its brain | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Remember Romo? The robot smartphone dock that was first spotted over at Kickstarter? Well, the project actually kicked off and Romo is now available for only $149 via Romotive.
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Japanese launch 4.5-tonne gun-toting robot controlled by smartphone

Japanese launch 4.5-tonne gun-toting robot controlled by smartphone | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Kuratas is 4 metres high and capable of firing 100 rounds a second – or even working as a cleaner or firefighter...
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Artificial intelligence app helps blind people

A team of university students from the University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology have created a smartphone app which uses artificial intelligence to help blind people make better visual sense of the world.
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