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Maternity ward welcomes tiny robot schedulers into the world
Meatpacking company wants to build a knife-wielding robot that might actually help humans
No cubicle necessary
One differentiator that's always separated humans from robots is our ability to touch and feel, but advances in haptic technology are rapidly closing the mechanical gap.
A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm
PackBots enter areas where workers cannot safely go
The machine can fit into existing assembly line positions and work all day and all night
The humanoid robot's performance is not quite as effective as Sweden's operatic robot swan
First ever study of how robots attack tests their murderous ways
Companies flock to a government lab to put their latest solar cell technology in the hands of robots
Bad, bad Wall-E!
Snakebots could take on dangerous construction and maintenance jobs