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A novel form of locomotion inspired by the way amoebas move could help robots get in places other robots can’t reach.
Combining the best characteristics of earlier systems, researchers have built a new type of autonomous deep-ocean explorer that could revolutionize marine biology.
A new robot navigates using humanlike visual processing and object detection.
Self-propelled microbots navigate through blood vessels.
Researchers are testing whether robotic dragonflies could be agile and elusive fliers.
Robots have been considered too unpredictable and dangerous to work alongside humans in factories. Advances in artificial sensing and motion could change that.