Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cognitive Skills for Rehabilitation Robots

Europe invests in cognitive skills for rehabilitation robots The European Commission has provided a grant for €780,800  to develop cognitive skills for rehabilitation robots being developed by CORBYS (Control Framework for Robotic Systems), a four year European project which began … Continue reading

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Artists, Philosophers and Robots

The development and design of future technology should foster some unlikely alliances The late professor of English and Cultural studies at De Montfort University, Nicholas Zurbrugg, focused largely on the analysis of the contemporary, the experimental and the avant-garde. His … Continue reading

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Do You Speak Lingodroid?

Ruth Schulz and Her Team at the University of Queensland Develop Robots Capable of Creating Their Own Language   ¨ Where are you? ¨ asks your friend impatiently as you struggle to find each other in a busy park you … Continue reading

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