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Dyson and Imperial to develop next generation robots at new centre - Imperial College London

Dyson and Imperial to develop next generation robots at new centre - Imperial College London | Technology's Future | Scoop.it
CNET Dyson and Imperial to develop next generation robots at new centre Imperial College London Enabling robots to work in the real world, through improved vision and computer processing power, will be the focus of a new collaboration.
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What's Driving Google's Obsession With Artificial Intelligence And Robots?

VideoGoogle is without question one of the most innovative companies on the planet. It’s a company that is known mostly for its amazingly successful search and advertising businesses, and will probably be known for this for the foreseeable future.
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The ‘Internet of Things’ could be the next industrial revolution

The ‘Internet of Things’ could be the next industrial revolution | Technology's Future | Scoop.it
Billions of ordinary things — from farm cows and factory gear to pollution monitors and prescription-drug bottles — are being outfitted with microchips and linked by online networks in a technological transformation that will effect us all.
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Entering the Age of Surgical Robotics

Entering the Age of Surgical Robotics | Technology's Future | Scoop.it
by Paul J. Heney, Editorial Director Your next operation may be performed by a machine During my grandmother’s final years, more than once did a family member remark on how much she’d seen—and how much technology had changed the world—during her 97...
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Robonaut 2 Waltzes With New Legs : DNews

Robonaut 2 Waltzes With New Legs : DNews | Technology's Future | Scoop.it
See how the humanoid automaton could dance in the weightlessness of space. (Welcome to Downton Space Station, can Robonaut take your jacket?
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