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U.S. Defense Budget May Help Fund "Hacking for Defense" Classes at Universities

Draft Defense Authorization Act includes $15 million for national rollout of Stanford-originated Hacking for Defense class

Robots Learn to Speak Body Language

This body-tracking software could help robots read your emotions

Testing the Internet of Things

A peek inside Silicon Valley’s newest IoT test center

Professor Einstein Is a Fun, Wacky Robot That Loves to Talk About Science

This $300 robot can answer science questions and tell jokes. But is it smart enough to hold your interest?

AI Can Help Patients Recover Ability to Stand and Walk

Neural nets and robotic harnesses can aid patients after spinal cord injury, stroke

How to Control Those Extra Robotic Limbs You've Always Wanted

MIT researchers show how you can control an extra pair of robotic legs using your chest and belly

THOR Transformer Drone Hovers and Cruises With No Compromises

To fly efficiently, aircraft can either be designed for hovering or cruising but not both—except for THOR

Iran's Newest Robot Is an Adorable Dancing Humanoid

University of Tehran roboticists have built a dancing, karate-chopping little humanoid called Surena Mini

How a One-Man Team from California Won NASA's Space Robotics Challenge

By mastering a Mars robot simulator, an engineer and stay-at-home dad took home the $125,000 top prize

Why I Think Home Robots Will Become Invisible

Robots will follow computers into the shadows. Why? Because people don’t want robots.

3D Electronic Nose Demostrates Advantages of Carbon Nanotubes

A 3D stack of silicon logic, resistive RAM, nanotube circuits, and sensors uses new architecture and devices to save energy

EU Developing Robot Badgers for Underground Excavation

Using robots to dig holes for infrastructure installation could put an end to road work

Anki Makes Programming Easy with Drag and Drop Coding

With an easy-to-use interface based on Scratch, you can now command Anki's Cozmo to do complex tasks without any programming experience

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