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Advances in robotics for personal assistance, medicine, and the military in 2008.
A robot inspired by helper dogs could assist the disabled and the elderly.
Robotic helicopters learn complex tricks by analyzing demos.
Modules that self-assemble inside the stomach could perform more-sophisticated diagnosis and treatment.
Georgia Tech’s prototype robot responds to instructions given with an ordinary laser pointer.
IRobot is developing communications robots for the military.
The past 12 months have featured touch screens, context-aware gadgets, autonomous vehicles, and brain-computer interfaces.