This import tax might create a slim advantage in that will help U.S. employment and economy grow.
The robot could potentially save soldiers’s lives
Can the Japanese redeem their World Cup loss?
‘This project has made a huge difference in my life.’
‘About the height of a toddler, they look like bigger, better-dressed cousins of Buzz Lightyear’
‘You feel the robot as an extension of your hand’
Do soldiers love their robots?
‘The future of Cloud Robotics remains uncertain’
Planetary Resources will mine water, platinum and other precious metals from near-Earth approaching asteroids.
A robot with a human face - ZDNet
‘Mask-bot can create facial expressions and simple dialog’
ABC to televise youth robotics and technology special - TV Examiner
Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus all make guest appearances
Robots punch humans for science - New Scientist
In another test, a researcher put his own arm on the line to show how smart sensors could enable a knife-wielding kitchen robot to stop short of cutting him
The Mountain View, Calif.-based technology giant has sent seven test cars a total of 1,000 miles without a human touching the controls at all, the New York Times reported
World's first cyborg suggests humans 'upgrade' - Motherboard
He doesn’t want to become a robot; he wants to be a better human.
America's loneliest robot - Popular Science
America is falling behind in the robot race, with only one true humanoid in the country, built by a team at Virginia Tech
Robot wave of the party future - Singularity Hub
Team of engineers constructs beer-fetching robot; shoots pool, cleans up after a party, and pops a Lager open
Three-legged dogs help robot research - Discovery News
Researchers in Germany are studying three-legged dogs in an effort to teach robots how to handle a missing limb
More than 500 teams participated in the RoboCup held in Singapore this year
Soon, that nearby worker might be a robot - Business Week
Safety advances and a keener sense of their surroundings are putting robots to work in such new settings as hospitals, warehouses, and office