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Robotics Faces the Law

Research bodies around the globe are making an effort to draft laws governing the development of robots as they become increasingly complex and ingrained in our societies. In September of 2010, the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences

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“Thinking” Robots

We’ve been thinking about them for a while… Hiro, a humanoid robot developed by professor Osamu Hasegawa at the Tokyo Institute of Technology has been proclaimed a ¨world first¨for its ability to ¨learn¨from its environment and research relevant information on … Continue reading

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Miniature Machines with Major Applications

Earth’s little critters give scientists big ideas Paolo Dario is a Professor of Biomedical Robotics at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Pisa who is heavily involved in the study of micro-machines for medical purposes. In coordination with 3 other European … Continue reading

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