Press & Newspapers . Online Technology News by DIRECTWAY
DIRECTWAY
The Technology News portal
 
Robotics . DIRECTWAY Technology Press Review

Computers
LAN . RAM . Amiga. Artificial intelligence. Bugs. Computer. Computing resources. CPU. Cybercrime. Data bank. Data processing. Desktops. Developer Program’s. Download. E-books. Ethernet. Game development. Graphics Cards. Graphics Solutions. Hacking. Hardware. Home Office. Interface. Laptops. Linux. Malwares. Microprocessors. Nanotechnology. Netbook. NVIDIA. Open-source. Operating System. Printers. Program. Robotics. Router. Scanners. Search engine. Software. Sony PlayStation. System Memory. Upgrades. USB. Video Processing. Virus. WAN Network. Wi-Fi & Networking. Windows 7. Windows upgrade. Wireless LAN. Xbox console.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rights v robots
Artificial intelligence will have a huge impact on jobs - so are the parties still committed to it?
[BBC]

Shedding light on how humans walk, with robots
Patients walking in clinical robotic suits do not modify their gait in response to forces that are meant to alter the height of their steps, though they do respond to alterations in step length, providing insight into how the human brain executes walking and improving rehabilitative robot (...)
[Science daily]

Robots could kill another 6 million retail jobs
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

Customer service robots on show in Paris
Rory Cellan-Jones takes a look at some of the more unusual robots on show at the Innorobo exhibition in Paris.
[BBC]

Customer service robots on show in Paris
Rory Cellan-Jones takes a look at some of the more unusual robots on show at the Innorobo exhibition in Paris.
[BBC News]

Virtual top hats allow swarming robots to fly in tight formation
Researchers have created a team of free-flying robots that obeys the two rules of the air: don't collide or undercut each other. They've also built autonomous blimps that recognize hand gestures and detect faces.
[Science daily]

Live interactions with robots increase their perceived human likeness
A recent study found that people who watched live interactions with a robot were more likely to consider the robot to have more human-like qualities.
[Science daily]

Nier: Automata – how a ‘weird game for weird people’ became a sleeper hit
Sometimes it takes a left-field designer and action game about robots that you’re supposed to play over and over again to push sci-fi gaming forward In 2014, game designer Yoko Taro gave a talk about the creative process behind his cult PlayStation 3 title Nier: Replicant. He called the talk (...)
[The Guardian]

Meet Sally, the salad-making robot
A salad-making robot which is able to hold 21 fresh ingredients has been developed by a California-based food robotics company. BBC Click finds out more.
[BBC]

Meet Sally, the salad-making robot
A salad-making robot which is able to hold 21 fresh ingredients has been developed by a California-based food robotics company. BBC Click finds out more.
[BBC News]

Bullied robots, 'flying cars' and apps for addicts
Catch up with our CNNTech recap of all the good, bad and weird tech news of the week.
[CNN Money]

Robots hit the streets -- and the streets hit back
The robot era is here, and man-on-machine violence is already beginning.
[CNN Money]

Amazon creates 1,200 jobs at warehouse equipped with advanced robotics
Fulfilment centre will offer ‘competitive wages and comprehensive benefits’ and will take British staff to 24,000 Amazon is to create 1,200 new permanent jobs as it opens a new warehouse in Warrington where staff will work alongside the online retail giant’s robots. The US group said the new (...)
[The Guardian]

Rise of the sex robots – video
Advances in computer science and engineering have lifted animatronic lovers from the realms of science fiction to reality; the first models are due to go on sale by the end of the year. Jenny Kleeman meets the men who are making the sex robots, the customers who want to buy them – and the (...)
[The Guardian]

The race to build the world’s first sex robot
The $30bn sex tech industry is about to unveil its biggest blockbuster: a $15,000 robot companion that talks, learns, and never says no In the brightly lit robotics workshop at Abyss Creations’ factory in San Marcos, California, a life-size humanoid was dangling from a stand, hooked between her (...)
[The Guardian]

Directway.com : news portal | Copyright © DIRECTWAY