Robots

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If you are traveling to Amsterdam this week, you might find a robot guiding you around at the busy Schiphol airport. The robot is being developed as part of “Spencer” …

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Images: Getty Spacentrepreneur Elon Musk thinks we’ll eventually need a basic universal income because of “automation.” “People will have time to do other things, more complex things, more interesting things,” …

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Ask most robots to pick up an egg and you end up with… broken eggs. But this pair of automated fingers uses an incredibly delicate thin film and some simple …

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Microsoft’s looking to shrug off some of this week’s bad Surface Pro PR by finally releasing its promised crazy-powerful Surface configs, including a $3,200 Surface Book with 1TB of storage, …

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We already know that robots are destined to steal all our jobs. But thanks to some foolhardy researchers at Stanford University who’ve developed an articulated robot that can dive and …

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Researchers at Harvard and MIT have spent the last seven years perfecting this robotic bee. The result is Robobee, a mechanical bee so lifelike it kind of makes you want …

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Facebook is set to launch its enterprise communication and collaboration network “Facebook At Work” globally in a few weeks on a per seat pricing model for businesses to make it …

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You can pretend you’re there to marvel at the Egyptian antiquities, but deep down the only reason anyone visits a museum is to check out its dinosaurs. And while a …

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Traveling abroad is inherently thrilling – but then there’s that interminable, soul-sucking trek to get there. In the future, things might be very different. Imagine an eight-hour flight that’s actually …

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The most threatening letter of the alphabet is now the new name of Google’s quasi-secret moonshot lab: Google X is now just “X.” Hear that? That’s the sound of paranoid …

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