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A robot recently helped a quadriplegic shave himself for the first time in 10 years—but even the best mechanical helpers still need supervision.
Robots have been considered too unpredictable and dangerous to work alongside humans in factories. Advances in artificial sensing and motion could change that.
Robotics pioneer Rodney Brooks says a new generation of industrial robots could be enabled by better machine vision.
Tiny robots self-assemble with a single command.