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Theater arts research offers insight for designers, builders of social robots
Researchers have provided insight into human behavior for scientists, engineers who design and build social robots.
[Science daily]

Robots face new creativity test
A US professor is proposing a successor to the famous Turing test devised to spot when artificial intelligence becomes "human".
[BBC]

Robots face new creativity test
A US professor is proposing a successor to the famous Turing test devised to spot when artificial intelligence becomes "human".
[BBC News]

Robots take over inspection of ballast tanks on ships
A new robot for inspecting ballast water tanks on board ships is being developed. The robot is able to move independently along rails built into the tanks. At the moment, people still carry out such inspections, with ships being brought into dry dock for the (...)
[Science daily]

Giant robot trucks rise in Australia
Huge robots slog it out in Australia's outback
[BBC]

Giant robot trucks rise in Australia
Huge robots slog it out in Australia's outback
[BBC News]

Cats and athletes teach robots how to fall
Scientists are studying mid-air orientation and impact behavior in both cats and humans as it applies to reduced impact in falling robots, especially those that one day may be used for search-and-rescue missions in hazardous (...)
[Science daily]

Using 3-D printers to print out self-learning robots
On the third floor of the Department of Informatics in a university in Norway a there is a robotics laboratory which looks like a playroom. This is where researchers are testing how their robots can figure out how to move past barriers and other obstacles. The robotics team are currently (...)
[Science daily]

Microbot muscles: Chains of particles assemble and flex
In a step toward robots smaller than a grain of sand, researchers have shown how chains of self-assembling particles could serve as electrically activated muscles in the tiny machines.
[Science daily]

Exelon Hosts Innovation Expo Focused on the "Internet of Things"
Emerging technologies from drone  robotics to smart home devices were on display Tuesday at Exelon Corporation's third Innovation Expo, an event aimed at bringing employees and outside experts together to explore how to apply creative solutions to complicated business challenges. Building on (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Ebola robots on White House agenda
Deploying robots to help medics tackle the outbreak
[BBC]

Ebola robots on White House agenda
Deploying robots to help medics tackle the outbreak
[BBC News]

Machine vision for catch quality assurance
Robots equipped with machine vision enable us to classify catches on board vessels with high levels of accuracy – saving fishing crews time and money. When pelagic fish such as herring and mackerel are coming to market, auctions are hectic and time is short. Price is determined by the volume of (...)
[Science daily]

Open thread: Microsoft Health's big advantage is cross-platform support
Have your say on latest health-tracking service, as well as Chinese copyright, running robots and crash test dummies Continue reading...
[The Guardian]

'Nanomotor lithography' answers call for affordable, simpler device manufacturing
What does it take to fabricate electronic and medical devices tinier than a fraction of a human hair? Nanoengineers recently invented a new method of lithography in which nanoscale robots swim over the surface of light-sensitive material to create complex surface patterns that form the sensors (...)
[Science daily]

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