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?Kakao invests in robot module firm Luxrobo

Kakao will invest 4 billion won ($3.5 million) in robotics firm Luxrobo, which makes modules with micro operating systems.

DARPA robot lands (simulated) Boeing 737

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

As if showing off, a DARPA robot made a simulator landing of a Boeing 737 airliner – and it did it one handed. Built and operated by Aurora Flight Science as part of DARPA's Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) program,...Show More Summary

First Use of Surgical Robot Inside the Human Eye

Surgeons have successfully used a remote controlled robotic system to operate inside the human eye, paving the way for future robotic assistance in clinical treatments that require extreme precision and stability, such as the controlled delivery of gene therapy and stem cells. Show More Summary

Da Vinci X is designed to get robotic surgery systems into more hospitals

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

The da Vinci robotic surgical system may be a handy assistant in the operating theater, but a high price tag could be keeping it out of reach of some hospitals. Now the company behind it, Intuitive Surgical, has announced the da Vinci...Show More Summary

Facebook is Becoming a Social Operating System for Human Beings and Robots

At f8 2017, Facebook aims to become your social network for reality, augmented reality and virtual reality…really. In the heart of Silicon Valley, Facebook once again hosted its highly-anticipated developer conference, which, for the record, appeals to anyone who follows, designs for, or uses the world’s largest social network. Show More Summary

Turing's new phone boasts human and digital assistants

Remember the Turing Phone? You're forgiven if you didn't. Turing Robotic Industries unveiled the ambitious phone to much fanfare, only to delay it multiple times and even switch operating systems. That isn't stopping the company from producing a follow-up, though -- it's teaming up with TCL to make its next upscale phone, the Appassionato. Show More Summary

This robotic surgery is so intricate it can stitch a peeled grape back together

"da Vinci" is a surgical system worth £1.6 million which doctors use for less invasive surgery. It is so intricate it can stitch grape skin with remarkable precision, as shown in this video. The robot is operated remotely by a surgeon who controls its movements. Produced by Claudia Romeo Join the conversation about this story »

Apple's iPhone-destroying robots are 'operating' in California and Europe (AAPL)

Last spring, Apple introduced a new robot at its spring event, Liam, whose job it is to take apart iPhones so more of the valuable materials inside could be recovered and reused.   Liam "production line" systems are currently operating...Show More Summary

Engineers developing advanced robotic systems that will become surgeon's right hand

In the operating room of the future, robots will be an integral part of the surgical team, working alongside human surgeons to make surgeries safer, faster, more precise and more automated. In the lab of electrical engineering professor Michael Yip at the University of California San Diego, engineers are developing advanced robotic systems that could make this vision a reality.

NASA Just Ordered a Robot That Can Repair Satellites in Orbit

With the help of Space Systems/Loral, the Restore-L could dramatically extend the lifespan of operational satellites.

Robot parking system is continent’s biggest

A robotic parking system now operating in Mexico City is being described as the largest in North America. The 700-vehicle parking garage in the 37-story Reforma 180 office tower uses FULL STORY The post Robot parking system is continent’s biggest appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

New standard helps optical trackers follow moving objects precisely

Throwing a perfect strike in virtual bowling doesn't require your gaming system to precisely track the position and orientation of your swinging arm. But if you're operating a robotic forklift around a factory, manipulating a mechanical...Show More Summary

Tend.ai raises $2M for robot arms that operate multiple 3D printers and workshop machines

Back in June, Tend.ai came out of stealth with its versatile system allowing a robot arm to tend to a dozen or more printers, laser cutters, and other modern workshop tools. Now the company has raised $2 million to continue its work, courtesy of True Ventures. Read More

Google open-sources Cartographer 3D mapping library

9 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Google today said that it’s open-sourced Cartographer, a library for mapping movement in space in both 2D and 3D. the technology works with the open-source Robot Operating System (ROS), which makes the software easier to deploy in software systems for robots, self-driving cars, and drones. Cartographer is an implementation of the simultaneous localization and mapping, […]

Robot stitches a grape back together

9 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

https://youtu.be/0XdC1HUp-rU Here's a da Vinci Surgical System robot performing a delicate operation on a grape.

Trying to make sense of the crumbling world in 'Mr. Robot'

9 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

If there is one universal truth about systems and structures by which the world operates is that almost everything of sufficient size claims to represent the people. Whether it’s “We the people...” this, or “People’s Republic of...”Show More Summary

OSRF Forms New Corporation, Partners With Toyota Research

A big donation and new partnership help ensure a robust future for the Robot Operating System

Robots Podcast #197: Multi-agent systems and human-swarm interaction, with Magnus Egerstedt

In this episode, Andrew Vaziri interviews Magnus Egerstedt, Professor at Georiga Tech, about privacy and security concerns in multi agent systems, as well as research into interfaces designed to enable a single operator to control large swarms of robots. Continue reading ?

What Are Commercial Drones Being Used For?

Following final approval from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Ninox Robotics is one of the companies who will begin commercial operations this month, deploying unmanned aerial systems for customised services to government, NGOsShow More Summary

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