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Teacherbot: Can robots do it better?
Opinion is often divided over whether digital innovations within education are a value or a threat to teaching.
[Science daily]

Controlling swarms of cooperative robots with light and a single finger
Using a smart tablet and a red beam of light, researchers have created a system that allows people to control a fleet of robots with the swipe of a finger.
[Science daily]

Engineers hand 'cognitive' control to underwater robots
For the last decade, scientists have deployed increasingly capable underwater robots to map and monitor pockets of the ocean to track the health of fisheries, and survey marine habitats and species. In general, such robots are effective at carrying out low-level tasks, specifically assigned to (...)
[Science daily]

A question of artificial intelligence
Will robots really be smarter than human beings one day?
[BBC]

A question of artificial intelligence
Will robots really be smarter than human beings one day?
[BBC News]

Human-inspired robot takes a brisk walk in the grass
In a rolling, outdoor field, full of lumps, bumps and uneven terrain, researchers have successfully field-tested for the first time the locomotion abilities of a two-legged robot with technology that they believe heralds the running robots of the (...)
[Science daily]

Making robots more human: Wearable sensors read human facial expressions
Most people are naturally adept at reading facial expressions -- from smiling and frowning to brow-furrowing and eye-rolling -- to tell what others are feeling. Now scientists have developed ultra-sensitive, wearable sensors that can do the same thing. Their technology could help robot (...)
[Science daily]

Tiny robots can carry huge loads
Scientists at Stanford University have been showing off MicroTugs - small robots that have superhuman strength.
[BBC]

Tiny robots can carry huge loads
Scientists at Stanford University have been showing off MicroTugs - small robots that have superhuman strength.
[BBC News]

BallotBots: Play the political machine!
BallotBots is all about the general election, except the leaders and voters are robots. Play the game on your mobile or your laptop. Warning: It's addictive.
[BBC News]

La grande santé
En juin 2012, on me diagnostique une SLA, plus connue sous le nom de maladie de Charcot. Toute ma vie est modifiée, emportée par cette maladie dégénérative qu'on ne sait pas guérir. Seule solution peut-être : les artefacts, ces robots qui suppléent les muscles défaillants et qui me propulsent à la (...)
[EVENE - Actualité du Livre]

Inkjet-printed liquid metal could bring wearable tech, soft robotics
New research shows how inkjet-printing technology can be used to mass-produce electronic circuits made of liquid-metal alloys for 'soft robots' and flexible electronics.
[Science daily]

Intelligent neuroprostheses mimic natural motor control
Neuroscientists are taking inspiration from natural motor control to design new prosthetic devices that can better replace limb function. Researchers have tested a range of brain-controlled devices -- from wheelchairs to robots to advanced limbs -- that work with their users to intelligently (...)
[Science daily]

Google teams up with health firm to develop AI surgical robots
Google believes it can enhance surgeons’ tools using technologies employed in other parts of its business, including self-driving cars Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

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