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May 24, 2018  4:26 PM

Why one expert doesn’t think AI will take over the world

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
ai, Automation, Robotics, ROBOTS

Every time a robot does something that humans deem to be suspicious, a debate is sparked about when artificially intelligent beings will take over the world. There have been more than enough films about it, ranging from Terminator and iRobot to more recent films such as ExMachina, to...

December 30, 2016  12:15 PM

Just Eat showcases innovative “food tech” – the future of online delivery

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
ai, AR, Chatbot, E-commerce, food, Robotics

Online food delivery service Just Eat has a number of ideas for how food tech will influence the future of online food delivery, including technologies such as augmented reality (AR) artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic delivery carriers. There have been a lot of strides made in...


May 16, 2014  4:44 PM

Could programmable robots teach kids to code?

Clare McDonald Profile: Clare McDonald
Kickstarter, Learn, Mirobot, Pirt, Robotics, Wi-Fi

With the pending changes to the IT curriculum steadily...

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June 30, 2009  12:29 PM

Video: Nike ‘exploit yourself’ robot free-running / parkour – tres cool.

falani Profile: falani
Nike, Robotics, ROBOTS

Nike have released the below video of a robot free running through the city with a pair of, yes you guessed it, Nikes on. The trainers aren't anything special but the robot is cool.

He got run over by a white van seconds after this video was shot. That part is gonna feature in a 'look...


March 31, 2009  3:42 PM

Honda create mind-controlled robot, oh the possibilites!

falani Profile: falani
honda, robot, Robotics, ROBOTS

The video below shows a man controlling Honda's Asimo robot using just his thoughts in what is called the world's first Brain Machine Interface (BMI) technology.



March 20, 2009  1:54 AM

Fishy uber gadget

edoyle Profile: edoyle
pollution, robofish, robot, Robotics



River and sea polluters better watch out because robofish is out to get you. An EC-funded experiment will be taking place at the end of next year in the port of Gijon, Spain, using 1.5 metre robofish to detect and track down the sources of pollution.


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