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Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano – Raw Sensor Values

The Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano Flight Controller (with GPS) was originally designed as a flight controller for drones but, it also has awesome applications for robotic rovers too. Composed of an ATmega2560 (Arduino Mega Chipset), a collection of sensors, GPS and a host of I/O options it is an ideal "sensor ball" for navigation, positioning and more. Show More Summary

Cellulo Introduces Classrooms to Tangible Learning With Robots

Kid-proof robots are small, cheap, and help turn abstract concepts into interactive lessons

How Leaders Can Make Innovation Everyone’s Day Job

This article is part of a new series exploring the skills leaders must learn to make the most of rapid change in an increasingly disruptive world. The first article in the series, “How the Most Successful Leaders Will Thrive in an Exponential World,” broadly outlines four critical leadership skills—futurist, technologist, innovator, and humanitarian—and how they […]

How and why Apple's robot Liam disassembles iPhones

Apple introduced Liam last year, and now, new details show how (and why) it disassembles old iPhones.

Science Has Outgrown the Human Mind and Its Limited Capacities

The duty of man who investigates the writings of scientists, if learning the truth is his goal, is to make himself an enemy of all that he reads and … attack it from every side. He should also suspect himself as he performs his critical examination of it, so that he may avoid falling into […]

Google Says Machine Learning Chips Make AI Faster and More Efficient

Google recently bared the inner workings of its dedicated machine learning chip, the TPU, marking the latest skirmish in the arms race for AI hardware supremacy. Shorthand for Tensor Processing Unit, the chip has been tailored for use with Google’s open-source machine learning library TensorFlow, and has been in use in Google’s data centers since […]

Controlling Robot Swarms With Augmented Reality

Engineers at NYU have built an AR app to operate robots in the real world

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 22)

VIRTUAL REALITY Facebook's Bizarre VR App Is Exactly Why Zuck Bought Oculus  Peter Rubin | WIRED "When you launch Spaces from within your Oculus Rift headset, though, it logs into your Facebook account. The same one that you, along with nearly 2 billion other people on the planet, use on a regular basis. The same […]

Why Georgia Tech Built a Tarzan Robot That Swings Around on Wires

The creators of Tarzan the robot explain how it works and its potential applications

Quantum Cryptography Is Unbreakable. So Is Human Ingenuity

Two basic types of encryption schemes are used on the internet today. One, known as symmetric-key cryptography, follows the same pattern that people have been using to send secret messages for thousands of years. If Alice wants to send Bob a secret message, they start by getting together somewhere they can’t be overheard and agree […]

Facebook Aims to Remake Telecom With Millimeter Waves and Tether-tennas

Facebook's Yael Maguire talks about millimeter wave networks, Aquila, and flying tethered antennas at the F8 developer conference

Whose Drone Was That Anyway?

Should drones be required to broadcast an identifying code by radio?

Neuroscientists Can Now Read Your Dreams With a Simple Brain Scan

Like islands jutting out of a smooth ocean surface, dreams puncture our sleep with disjointed episodes of consciousness. How states of awareness emerge from a sleeping brain has long baffled scientists and philosophers alike. For decades, scientists have associated dreaming with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, a sleep stage in which the resting brain paradoxically […]

Gallery: Masterpass-enabled bots launch on Facebook Messenger

With these AI-enabled bots, customers can build their orders and securely checkout, without leaving the Messenger platform. See how the process works for FreshDirect, Subway and The Cheesecake Factory.

Robots in the cloud: How robotics-as-a-service can help your business

Companies are now offering robotics-as-a-service to help customers with management tasks.

Gene Editing Might Change What Being Human Actually Means

Attempts to distill the essence of “selfhood” have occupied philosophers for centuries. Consensus has been fleeting at best, but is likely to get even harder as genetic tools allow us to tweak our bodies and potentially our minds. DNA-based technology’s entry into the mainstream has been picking up lately. Just last week, the FDA approved […]

Algorithm Aims to Predict Bickering Among Couples

Machine learning is identifying factors that relationship conflicts in smartphone and wearable data collected from couples

U.S. Marines Testing Disposable Delivery Drones

Gliding drones made out of plywood can deliver supplies from long range with pinpoint accuracy

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