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MIT fares well in DARPA’s famous robotic-car race.
Pleo blurs the line between pet and toy.
New software lets robots pick up objects they have never seen before–an important step toward creating multifunctional domestic helpers.
A company called Kiva Systems is speeding up Internet orders with robotic systems that are modeled on random-access computer memory.
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.
MIT’s robotic car is headed to California to compete in DARPA’s upcoming Urban Challenge.
M. Bernardine Dias of TechBridgeWorld helps communities use technology to help themselves.
Intel researchers are using electric-field sensors to build pre-touch technology into robots to help them size up objects and people they encounter.
Devices powered by living cells could lead to novel robots and new insights into how the heart works.