Monthly Archives: January 2012

Robots Hit Healthcare in New Ways

Robots are out of the operating room and at patients’ bedsides! Robots that perform surgery have been around for a while. The da Vinci system, which has been in use since the 90s, electronically translates a surgeon’s hand movement into … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Message from Neelie Kroes

Europe’s Vice President of the Digital Agenda shares some thoughts on 2011 and the promising future of ICT in Europe

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The Robot Revolution…

Is it about robot evolution? Robots have been transforming industries for years. In fact, it seems fair to say that the robot revolution happened a few decades ago and now we’re onto the sequel. Time magazine featured a  cover story … Continue reading

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Robot Companions: Student Design Competition

Calling all art and design students from Sheffield Hallam University! What will the next generation of robot helpers look like? If you’ve got a vision,

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