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A new approach lets dexterous robotic hands grasp easily.
A robot inspired by helper dogs could assist the disabled and the elderly.
During the past 12 months, robots got better at grasping, smiling, and avoiding angry humans.
Simple and versatile robotic hands can grip a football or pick up your keys.
A new artificial hand shows promise for home robots and prosthetics.
By shoving objects around on a table, UMan figures out how they work.