Blog Profile / IEEE Spectrum: Automaton


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Archived Since:February 13, 2009

Blog Post Archive

The 1961 Mobot Mark II Had All the Moves

Billed as a “Replacement for Man,” the Hughes Mobot combined strength with a delicate touch

Can We Quantify Machine Consciousness?

Artificial intelligence might endow some computers with self-awareness. Here’s how we’d know

Parasitic Robot Steers Live Turtle With Tasty Snacks

Robot mounted on a turtle uses snacks and LEDs to control the animal's movements, and a fully immersive Matrix for turtles is not far behind

A Neuromorphic Chip that Makes Music

The prototype chip learns a style of music, then composes its own tunes.

Court Ruling: The FAA Can't Make You Register Your Drone

You don't have to register your personal drones with the government, for now

ETH Zurich's Omnicopter Plays Fetch

This omnidirectional eight-rotor drone flies like no other aircraft

New Report Highlights Dangers of Hacked Factory Robots

Cybersecurity firm describes how malevolent hackers might compromise various kinds of industrial robots

A Weird Time for Drone Operators

Drone operators face a patchwork of federal, state, and local regulations that is increasingly hard to keep up with

Drone Uses AI and 11,500 Crashes to Learn How to Fly

Crashing into objects has taught this drone to fly autonomously, by learning what not to do

PUFFER: JPL's Pop-Up Exploring Robot

This little robot can go where other robots fear to roll

Want to Know What’s Happening in a Building? Listen in at the Breaker Box, Says Startup Verdigris

Silicon Valley startup Verdigris’ cloud-based analysis can tell whether you’re using a Chromebook or a Mac, or whether a motor is running fine or starting to fail

Hands-on With TurtleBot 3, a Powerful Little Robot for Learning ROS

We take an in-depth look at the new TurtleBot 3 Burger and Waffle from Robotis

AI Predicts Heart Attacks and Strokes More Accurately Than Standard Doctor's Method

An artificial intelligence program correctly identifies 355 more patients who developed cardiovascular disease

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