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Japanese Hotel In Theme Park Will See Plenty Of Robot Staff

02/05/2015, The country of Japan and robots do seem to be inseparable – after all, they are the ones that brought us the likes of Macross and Gundam. Well, it is then not surprising to hear of a new Japanese theme park that will open later this July, where the...

Alibaba Tests Out Drone Delivery In China

02/04/2015, Alibaba, the company that recently dropped another $10 million worth of investment into OUYA, is currently looking into the possibilities of unveiling a drone delivery system down the road. In fact, Alibaba is in the midst of testing out drone deliveries,...

Handroid Gives Former Royal Marine A New Lease Of Life

02/02/2015, It looks like Plymouth firm Advanced Control Research (ACR) over in the UK has literally lent a helping hand to paralysed former Royal Marine Dominic Lovett. Lovett, who is 27 years old this year, is partially paralyzed due to an accident, and he has been...

First Operation In England Performed By A Surgical Robot

01/29/2015, It does look as though robots are starting to help mankind out in many more practical ways than previously thought imaginable – while they are more or less indispensable in this day and age where the production line at factories are concerned,...

Robot Writers Help The Associated Press To Improve Earnings

01/29/2015, Now here is a novel method to make sure that robots are able to help us out in our lives, making it better through the use of automation technology in order to write its earnings reports. In fact, The Associated Press (AP) claims to have generated 3,000...

VineRobot Project Could Lead To Better Wine

01/29/2015, An European research consortium that is made up of Spanish, French, Italian and German universities and companies are currently looking into developing what they call the VineRobot, which will be an unmanned robot that comes with a slew of non-invasive...

Bill Gates Agrees With Elon Musk, Expresses Concern About AI

01/28/2015, We’re sure there are many of us out there who can’t wait for a future in which artificial intelligence gets to the point where our robots and computers can interact with us like they do in the movies. One the other hand we’re sure some of you might...

Creadapt Is An Extremely Resilient Robot

01/28/2015, Is there such a thing as an unstoppable robot? I suppose in the realm of science fiction, then the T-1000, that is made up of liquid metal, would certainly be top dog – except in the case of the movie, where an outdated T-800 would be able to change...

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...