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'My arms cannot reach that far': a strange afternoon with the world's first robot gallery guide
Next week Aggie the robot begins tours of Perth’s Art Gallery of Western Australia. But relax human guides – she isn’t ready to take your job just yet The writing is on the LED screen: our jobs are ours for as long as the robots don’t want them. But no one could have predicted they’d come for the (...)
[The Guardian]

Robots are only making lives easier for the few | Letters
Those of a certain age may remember a BBC TV programme called Tomorrow’s World that reported on technological, scientific and medical innovations (If robots are the future of work, where do humans fit in? 24 May). The way these were described suggested an end to drudgery – soul-destroying jobs (...)
[The Guardian]

Robots 'being taught to feel pain'
Researchers are developing an artificial nervous system that will allow robots to feel pain.
[BBC News]

Robots 'being taught to feel pain'
Researchers are developing an artificial nervous system that will allow robots to feel pain.
[BBC]

Foxconn replaces '60,000 with robots'
Apple supplier Foxconn replaces 60,000 factory workers with robots, according to Chinese media reports.
[BBC News]

Using static electricity, microrobots can land and stick to surfaces
Roboticists demonstrate that their flying microrobots, nicknamed the RoboBees, can now perch during flight to save energy - like bats, birds or butterflies.
[Science daily]

Robots get creative to cut through clutter
Clutter is a special challenge for robots, but new software is helping robots cope, whether they're beating a path across the Moon or grabbing a milk jug from the back of the refrigerator. The software not only helped a robot deal efficiently with clutter, it surprisingly revealed the (...)
[Science daily]

Gentle strength for robots
A soft actuator using electrically controllable membranes could pave the way for machines that are no danger to humans.
[Science daily]

What jobs will flying robots be doing in future?
Could Thunderbird 2 become a reality?
[BBC]

What jobs will flying robots be doing in future?
Could Thunderbird 2 become a reality?
[BBC News]

Animal training techniques teach robots new tricks
Researchers are using ideas from animal training to help non-expert users teach robots how to do desired tasks.
[Science daily]

Tech billionaires got rich off us. Now they want to feed us the crumbs
In a future where robots take our jobs, the tech elite see universal basic income as a fair exchange. But don’t forget – their wealth came from what we provided Every month, nearly 20% of the country gets a Social Security check. What if that number were 100%? What if the government gave everyone (...)
[The Guardian]

Ocean First Education to Host Webinar on Integrating Robotics into Marine Science on Tuesday, May 17
Boulder, Colo., — May 12 2016 — Ocean First Education will host a free webinar on Tuesday, May 17 that will explore how robotics can be integrated into marine science. The webinar features Andrew Thaler, a robotics specialist who uses drones and underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) in his (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

A fight club for giant robots is in the works
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Altering a robot's gender and social roles may be a screen change away
Robots can keep their parts and still change their gender, according to researchers, who noted that the arrival of robots with screens has made it easier to assign distinct personalities.
[Science daily]

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