"Robots will change the way we work," Heartland's web site proclaims. "They will have intelligence and awareness. They will be teachable, safe and affordable. They will make us productive in ways we never imagined."
Rodney Brooks, the founder of Heartland has apparently told people that the company is working on the robotics industry's version of the iPhone — an affordable-enough device (their target price is about $5000) that will be intuitive to use, and that will spawn a community of app developers who write software for it. It'll be designed to perform a variety of packaging or light manufacturing tasks, sources have told me.
Scientific ComputingRobots See like Humans in 3-DScientific Computing"Enabling robots and other machines to see the world in 3-D like humans is one of the biggest challenges in robotics and artificial intelligence," said Pizlo, a professor in the...
After weeks of speculation and rumors, Google has officially pulled back the curtain on what they have come to call Project Glass -- a pair of augmented reality glasses that seek to provide users real-time information right in front of their eyes.
A body double and software simulations help get the Mars rover team ready for the August landing (A peek at the team preparing for Curiousity's upcoming landing: http://t.co/quEjJa0D #CSIROTweetup...)...
Liquid Robotics launches swarm of ocean-patrolling robotsCNNMoneyIt ends with Liquid Robotics, a Sunnyvale, Calif., company with $22 million from investors, 80 employees and customers like BP Oil and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration.
Dignity Health Licenses Robotic Surgical Guidance SystemMarketWatch (press release)SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Apr 30, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Dignity Health announced today it has given exclusive licensing rights to Excelsius Surgical to develop and...
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