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Kid-friendly inflatable robot for space, home
Academics in the US are developing an inflatable robot they say could one day be used in space and in our homes.
Would you be happy being interviewed by a robot?
The world's first robot designed to carry out unbiased job interviews is being tested by Swedish recruiters. But can it really do a better job than humans?
Meet Ai-Da the robot artist
Can robots be creative? British gallery owner Aidan Meller hopes to go some way towards answering that question with Ai-Da, who her makers say will be able to draw people from sight with a pencil in her bionic hand.
Robot serving coffee at Davos to show people what's in store for the future
"Hi, I would like a robot coffee!," a female participant at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos said as she arrived at the Garden Lounge in the main congress center.
Researchers use robot to recreate movement of 290-million-old creature
Scientists now have an idea of how an ancient creature likely moved thanks to a nearly 300-million-year-old fossilized skeleton and a set of well-preserved footprints.
Japanese robot 'Lovot' eyes launch in US
The 'Lovot' could be the one robot humans do not need to be afraid of.
SoftBank alum unveils 'affectionate' companion robot in Japan
Japanese startup Groove X, founded by an alumni of SoftBank Group Corp’s robotics unit, unveiled its first creation on Tuesday – a companion robot designed to make users happy.
How to drive a robot on Mars
Some 78 million miles (126 million kilometers) from Earth, alone on the immense and frigid Red Planet, a robot the size of a small 4x4 wakes up just after sunrise. And just as it has every day for the past six years, it awaits its instructions.
Touchdown! Japan space probe lands new robot on asteroid
A Japanese probe landed a new observation robot on an asteroid on Wednesday as it pursues a mission to shed light on the origins of the solar system.
This one-armed robot is super manipulative
Give a man a fish, the old saying goes, and you feed him for a day — teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. Same goes for robots, with the exception that robots feed exclusively on electricity.
BrambleBee: An autonomous robot to pollinate bramble plants
Natural pollinators, particularly honey bees, are disappearing at an unprecedented rate. This poses serious risks for agriculture, the economy, and the sustenance of humans and animals.
Australia unveils starfish-killing robot to protect Great Barrier Reef
A robot submarine able to hunt and kill the predatory crown-of-thorns starfish devastating the Great Barrier Reef was unveiled by Australian researchers.
Fetch rover! Robot to retrieve Mars rocks
UK engineers will design a robot that can retrieve rock samples on Mars so they can be sent to Earth for study.
Star Wars' cutest droids would get stuck on the beach
R2D2 and BB-8 never seem to let anything hold them back, even when faced with vast, terrifying desert planets. R2D2 trundles cheerfully across the sands of Tatooine. BB-8 takes his own sandy trek on Jakku. Sadly, such scenarios aren’t realistic. Not because Star Wars is fiction (though it is). It’s because a droid with wheels has no place on a desert planet.

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