Video of TALOS arriving at the University of Edinburgh, being unpacked, and activated.
The Swiss robotics company ANYbotics has announced the launch of a new end-to-end robotic inspection system for the energy and industrial processing arenas. This solution aims to answer the call for better safety at production sites and lower downtime.[Read more…]
Over the last few weeks, we’ve posted several articles about the next generation of warehouse manipulation robots designed to handle the non-stop stream of boxes that provide the foundation for modern ecommerce. But once these robots take boxes out of the back of a trailer or off of a pallet, there are yet more robots ready to autonomously continue the flow through a warehouse or distribution center. One of the beefiest of these autonomous mobile robots is the OTTO […] Continue Reading…
A team of researchers working at Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology has developed a skeletal-muscle-based, biohybrid soft robot that can swim faster than other skeletal-muscle-based biobots. In their paper published in the journal Science Robotics, the group describes building and testing their soft robot.[Read more…]
Kate Darling is an expert on human robot interaction, robot ethics, intellectual property, and all sorts of other things at the MIT Media Lab. She’s written several excellent articles for us in the past, and we’re delighted to be able to share this excerpt from her new book, which comes out today. Entitled The New Breed: What Our History with Animals Reveals about Our Future with Robots, Kate’s book is an exploration of how animals can help us understand […] Continue Reading…