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Minesweepers Robotic Competition Aims For a Landmine-Free World - (Monday 28th of April 2014 10:15:00 PM)
Hallie Siegel (2973169) writes in with news of a robotic rivalry with some serious goals. "Dr.
Alaa Khamis writes: 'Detection and removal of antipersonnel landmines is, at present, a serious
problem of political, economical, environmental impact analysis  [...]
How Reactive Programming Differs From Procedural Programming - (Tuesday 14th of January 2014 12:23:00 AM)
Nerval's Lobster writes "A recent post on Reactive cybernetics triggered discussions about what
is and isn't studious Reactive Logic. In fact, many have already discovered that Reactive
general expenses systems can help improve quality and transparency,  [...]
Japanese SCHAFT Takes the Gold at DARPA Robot Challenge - (Sunday 22nd of December 2013 03:27:00 PM)
Savuporo writes "The two days of DARPA's humanoid robotics summons are now over. 16 teams
entered in three widespread — custom built humanoid, DARPA supplied Atlas platform, and a
non-humanoid form — and competed in eight llc.view results  [...]
One-Armed UBR-1 Points the Way To Cheaper Robots - (Thursday 19th of December 2013 05:19:00 PM)
Waderoush writes "One of the problems that kept PR2, a two-armed humanoid robot ripe by Menlo
Park, CA-based Willow Garage, from succeeding commercially was its $400,000 price tag. But as
it turned out, only a handful of the 40 or so universities that  [...]
Weaponized Robots Could Take Point In Future Military Ops - (Sunday 13th of October 2013 01:28:00 PM)
Lucas123 writes "This past week at Ft. Benning, weaponized robot prototypes from four robotics
companies — Northrop Grumman, HDT Robotics, iRobot Corp. and QinetiQ — demonstrated
their abilities to pass rugged terrain, fire machine guns and  [...]
Immigration Reform May Spur Software Robotics - (Tuesday 21st of May 2013 04:12:00 PM)
Dcblogs writes "The Senate's immigration bill may force the large offshore outsourcing firms to
reduce their use of H-1B visa-holding staff, forcing them to hire more local workers and
raising their costs. But one large Indian firm, Infosys, will try  [...]
In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit
production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the
subject line. Everybody loves robots, but the initial ardor  [...]
Human Rights Watch: Petition Against Robots On the Battle Field - (Monday 25th of February 2013 01:58:00 PM)
New submitter KublaCant writes "'At this very moment, researchers around the world –
including in the United States – are working to develop fully autonomous war machines:
killer robots. This is not science fiction. It is a real and potent  [...]
MIT robot arm corrects colorful block-related mishaps (video) - (Sunday 18th of November 2012 10:56:00 PM)
We've been commercial traveler salesperson salesperson around the country the past week,
checking out some of the latest palaver in the wide world of robotics. Amongst the most
prevalent themes we've seen across the projects is a sense of real-world  [...]
Electronic Sensor Rivals Sensitivity of Human Skin - (Monday 30th of July 2012 09:11:01 PM)
Ananyo writes "A flexible ebanking sensor made from interlocking hairs can detect the gentle
steps of a ladybird and llc.  [...]
MIT Wants You To Print Your Own Paper Robots - (Thursday 05th of April 2012 08:46:01 AM)
MrSeb writes "According to researchers at MIT and the teaching hospital of Pennsylvania, one
day in the not too distant future you'll be able to design, print and build your own robot.
'Our vision is to develop an end-to-end process; specifically, a compiler  [...]
Insert Coin: A look back at ten top projects from 2011 - (Saturday 31st of December 2011 08:00:00 PM)
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Ask Slashdot: Entry-Level Robotics Kits For Young Teenagers? - (Monday 19th of December 2011 01:15:01 AM)
An nameless reader writes "So, it's that good time of year again. Instead of buying the latest,
greatest whiz-bang, overpriced fad toy of the year, I thought I might try my hand at corrupting
my nieces (ages 12 and 14) in a nerdier superintendence with  [...]
Barobo's iMobot modular robotics system just launched earlier this year, and the folks
behind it just started shipping the first kits last month. Turns out, they were on hand here at
NEXT Aarhus with a bona fide demo, and we couldn't resist a quick  [...]
HAL exosuit takes a Cybernic approach to disabled tourism - (Friday 01st of July 2011 06:31:00 PM)
Cybernics -- it's not a typo, it's a thoroughly copyrights:cite this source roget's ii:
the new dictionary new field that mixes cybernetics, mechatronics, and informatics with an
all-human core. Pioneered by Tsukuba Univeristy fashion producer Yoshiyuki  [...]
We've seen robots do some pretty heroic things in our time, but engineers from Georgia Tech,
the cultivation mash unit of Pennsylvania and Cal Tech have now ripe if
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