Chalk one more futuristic technology promised by Back to the Future 2 off the list.
A feat of human ingenuity so advanced, it’ll make you glower dubiously at every cookie you put to your lips from here until the end of days.
Scientists hope to demonstrate the power of a “common brain” for robots
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So many robots. So little cleaning to do.
Company hasn’t indicated what products or services it’s pursuing with robotic technology
Well, it looks like we can draw a big, fat, red line through “run over a pile of rocks” and “knock it off-balance with a 20-pound weight” on our list of ways to escape when a humanoid robot’s chasing after you.
The whole process actually takes longer than a second, but the headline has to make you feel like if you didn’t click on it you’d be missing out on something incredible.
I, for one, would like to see this robot built as big as a human.
This is a robot that not only pours you a beer, but “knows” not to if you start slopping your glass around.
Here we are in 2013, a bunch of suckers – suckers! – cleaning the screens of our phones and tablets using our bare hands. It’s time to shake things up.
The Hall of Presidents is about to get a whole lot creepier, at least if Disney’s researchers get their way. That’s because they’re “face cloning” people at a lab in Zurich in order to create the most realistic animatronic …