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Tiny Drone Crashes On White House Grounds

01/26/2015, The FAA has already mentioned that they would want to have drone operators own a pilot’s license before flying these machines, where a number of good reasons have been cited. Perhaps it would be cases like these – where a small drone actually...

Robot Inspired By A Bat

01/23/2015, The world of robots is an interesting one, and you can be sure that in due time, there will be more and more models of robots that make their way into our world. In fact, this particular one would make for a decent pet if Dracula were to be a character...

Small Robots Could Steal DNA Samples From Targets

01/22/2015, Now this particular report can be chilling – it does sound as though it hails from the bowels of some science fiction novel, but Harvard professors have issued a warning that ‘privacy is dead’, making predictions that robots as small as...

Nanobot Micromotors Can Deliver Payload In Living Creatures

01/21/2015, It looks as though a world’s first has been achieved by researchers over at the University of California, San Diego. We are looking at artificial, microscopic machines which have the ability to travel within a living creature, and the function of these...

Russia’s Military Cyborg Biker Does Not Impress

01/21/2015, Are robots supposed to be scary as they go on a rampage? I suppose so, assuming they are all networked and have an advanced Artificial Intelligence, seeing us humans as their primary threat to survival. Otherwise, robots are our friends, as they often...

Robot Created To Grind In Destiny

01/20/2015, Robots are pretty cool in the sense where they do not need to rest, and will require only maintenance so that they can keep on going. Not only that, there is no such thing as robot unions causing issues at the workplace, and best of all is, they do not...

Robots Learn About Motion By Watching Cooking Videos Online

01/20/2015, Want to learn how to tie a tie? Dance? Take photos? Cook? Well all those things can be learnt just by heading on over to YouTube and watching some tutorial videos, and interestingly enough that’s one of the ways researchers at the University of Maryland...

Amazon Japan Is Selling The Kuratas Robot For $1 Million

01/19/2015, Amazon sells just about anything and everything. Looking for clothes? Check. Looking for movies? Check. Looking for Amazon produced TV shows? Check. Looking for a $1 million robot? Check. Wait, what? Yup, if you have about $1 million to spare, it seems...

Robot To Work At Fukushima Disaster Scene

01/18/2015, Robots are wonderful workers for a few reasons – they do not get tired, they do not complain and neither will they congregate around a water cooler to gossip about their superior and his or her flaws. Not only that, robots do not have a union, and...

InMoov Explorer Allows Hospitalized Children To “Travel”

01/15/2015, When a child is hospitalized, there are many different reasons for being there in the first place. However, there are always solutions out there to make sure that said child can be entertained, and instead of being glued to the TV all day long, how about...

Snake Monster Robot Could Audition For Facehugger Role

01/13/2015, Researchers over at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have successfully come up with a new robot that will feature half a dozen legs, and it looks pretty much like an arachnid (although spiders have eight legs) in the manner that it walks – and will...

FAA, CNN Collaborate In Research For Drone Use

01/13/2015, Using a drone without the proper license could land you in trouble in certain parts of the world – and there is still plenty of work to be done in the regulation of the use of drones, of course. Still, it is nice to know that some progress has been...