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China will need more than half-a-million industrial robots by 2025. The race is on to see who will supply them.
A survey of 500 reveals an interesting mix of hopes and fears. But the results are inconsistent across age and gender.
Safety issues might keep industries such as oil and gas from embracing autonomous delivery vehicles.
Swarm robots will usher in the age of task-agnostic hardware design.
More proof that hardware is becoming increasingly elegant in the age of desktop prototyping
U.S. and other superpowers remain vague on killer robots.
Backers are betting big on aerial automation for mining, refineries, and gas facilities. Security and defense are next.
The numbers are staggering, but the diversity of the development is the real surprise
The bill would exempt a certain number of driverless vehicles from state safety regulations.
The acquisition will enable the agricultural equipment giant to use Blue River's technology on its own products.
Humans are social creatures. Can robots learn to politely engage?
An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market.
Airbags might provide crucial protection where humans and robots work side by side.
The controversial proposal, which is gaining traction in the state legislature, would attempt to counteract jobs lost to automation with a guaranteed living wage
The maturity of automated technology used in manufacturing is all over the map, says Carnegie Mellon Prof. Howie Choset, but there are concrete ways to fix that.
Split second decisions and insane acrobatics: This video explains why ultra-low latency linkups are a must for FPV racing
Robotic process automation can enhance processes, but oil and gas businesses need to consider certain factors before deploying the technology.
Catalia Health's social robot Mabu is being rolled out as a treatment adherence aid for patients living with chronic illnesses.
Video demonstrates the flexibility of robots that run on air
The video is compelling evidence that technology convergence and falling prices are driving novel, low-cost robotics development