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Robots: Robotics Festival

In today's episode we speak with Francesco Mondada, organizer of the Robotics Festival at EPFL that gathers over 15'000 visitors for hands-on workshops and demonstrations. We also walk you through the many exhibits showcasing multi-robot systems, flying robots, rehabilitation robots and robotic salamanders.

Robots: Future Cities

In today’s episode we speak with Matthias Kohler, faculty at ETHZ and renowned architect, about his work in robotic architecture at he Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) which is part of the Singapore-ETH Centre for Global Environmental Sustainability (SEC) in Singapore.

Robots: BEAM Robotics

In today's episode we speak with Mark Tilden, about the history before WowWee's RoboSapien and FemiSapien and about his belief that bottom up BEAM robotics (which stands for Biology, Electronics, Aesthetics, and Mechanics) is essential in creating low cost, competent, robust and flexible robots.

Who Really Is the Man Underneath That Yellow Hood? The Flash's Reverse Flash Speaks!

For most of tonight's episode, we thought The Flash was playing a trick on us. The very first scene of "Tricksters" blew our mind in the most confusing way possible. We...

Robots: Rethink Robotics

In today's episode we speak with Rodney Brooks at the offices of Rethink Robotics about their first product Baxter, his ambition to revolutionize manufacturing and latest tips for young entrepreneurs....

Robots: Space Business

In today’s episode we speak with Stephen Gorevan from Honeybee Robotics about how he and Chris Chapman started the company and how his childhood dream of working for NASA got them into space robotics. The interview, which was recorded...Show More Summary

Should There Be a Death Penalty? - The People Speak

14 hours agoNews : Vice News

In this episode of 'The People Speak,' VICE News traveled around the world to ask people about the the death penalty.

Robots: Grishin Robotics

In today's episode we speak with Dmitry Grishin about Grishin Robotics, his global investment company dedicated to helping robotics startups distribute new products to the mass market....

Robots: Digital Cultures

In today's episode we speak with Chris Chesher about how he views the emergence of robotics in every-day life.

Robots: The Wambots Team

In today’s episode, we speak with Thomas Bräunl and Calum Meiklejohn from the University of Western Australia about the MAGIC 2010 Challenge and the Wambot team....

Our Man in Tehran — Episode 2: The Martyr’s Daughter

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

A supporter of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, Najiyeh Allahdad, sees it as her duty to speak out when the government fails to live up to the ideals for which her father fought and died.

Robots: Sphero

In today's episode we speak with Ian Bernstein about the hugely successful Sphero robot and the company he co-founded, Orbotix.

Robots: Autonomous Solutions

In today's episode we speak with Mel Torrie, CEO and President of Autonomous Solutions Inc., about their work to make a large range of vehicles autonomous....

Robots: Curious & Creative

In today's episode we speak with Rob Saunders, lecturer in Design Computing, about work done at the University of Sydney in computational creativity and curiosity....

video interlude: Dov Charney Is Busy Plotting His Against-All-Odds Comeback

American Apparel's ex CEO Dov Charney has kept a relatively low profile since getting the heave-ho in December 2014. But like a bad penny, the disgraced exec has once again resurfaced, speaking to ABC News's 20/20 for an episode...

BG 171: A Technology of Transcendence

Episode Description: This week we speak with professor and teacher Roger Walsh. Roger shares his journey from being a hardcore neuorscientist and psychiatrist to becoming an avid meditator and mystic. Once Walsh discovered that at the...Show More Summary

BG 173: Zen, Vipassana, and Psychotherapy

Episode Description: This week we speak to vipassana and Zen teacher, Trudy Goodman. Trudy shares how she got into both Buddhist meditation and psychotherapy, and uses her story to illustrate the powerful ways that these different methods can compliment one another. Show More Summary

Robots: The OpenROV Project

In the episode, we speak with Eric Stackpole and David Lang from the OpenROV project about their telerobotic submarine built to make underwater exploration and education affordable....

BG 174: The Mindful Therapist

Episode Description: This week we speak to vipassana meditation teacher, and psychotherapist Trudy Goodman. Trudy completes the story of her early Zen days, and also describes how she transitioned into becoming a vipassana teacher. She...Show More Summary

Robots: Mining Automation

In today’s episode we speak with Martin Adams from the University of Chile about using robots in the mining industry. Mining is a dangerous job that would strongly benefit from robotic helpers. To drive this effort, the mining industry funded the Advanced Mining Technology Centre. Show More Summary

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