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The past 12 months have featured touch screens, context-aware gadgets, autonomous vehicles, and brain-computer interfaces.
MIT fares well in DARPA’s famous robotic-car race.
New software lets robots pick up objects they have never seen before–an important step toward creating multifunctional domestic helpers.
Carnegie Mellon’s computer-laden Chevy Tahoe wins the Urban Challenge and takes home the $2 million prize.
On Saturday, 11 autonomous vehicles designed by the best roboticists in the world will compete for a $2 million prize in the Urban Challenge.
Devices powered by living cells could lead to novel robots and new insights into how the heart works.
A new kit could make robotics easy for everyone.
A new motor made of nonmagnetic and dielectric materials can power a robotic medical device inside an MRI scanner, significantly improving cancer diagnoses and treatments.
Three-inch robot protects the grid.