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UC research finds people can control humanoid robots just by using body gesture November 22, 2012 University of Canterbury (UC) research has found people can control a humanoid robot, interacting without holding a device, just by using body gestures.
Spatial "Cog Diss Dancer" With the majority of dance-music producers dropping tunes mostly as singles and EPs, it's refreshing to come across something slightly different. Just yesterday, London bass producer Spatial released a pair of self-titled
A research team led by Georgia Institute of Technology professor Mike Stilman, a rock star in robotics, says its "MacGyver" robot can use the everyday objects it comes across to accomplish high-level tasks. A new promotional video for the school
R esearchers are developing a new generation of humanoid robots to live among people, perform surgery and even beat humans at football. Developed in Bristol and Essex, the robots are being designed to do rescue work, clear sewers and become human
Sectors from biotechnology to cybersecurity and logistics, and even traffic-beating Potomac River ferries are the focus as the fourth-biggest US metro economy tries to reinvent itself for a sharp tightening of the federal budget. "It's going to feel
Letters to the Editor for the October 8, 2012 weekly print issue: When we create artificial intelligence, will we create artificial 'ethicators,' too? The potential for 'cognitive decision-making skills' in computers is both challenging and exciting.
Centre Daily Times It's been a busy decade for the Centre Region Council of Governments with debate and approval of the new Schlow library, the COG office building and the three regional parks, to name a few and the need for a new parks maintenance
Usually these stories are filled with luddite fear of the coming robot apocalypse. This time, however, let's take a quick trip down a robotic philosophical rabbit hole. Computerworld has a story questioning whether or not the robots that will be
The ad doubles as a music making game, providing a new level of interaction that could provide a glimpse into the future of advertising. "You allow people to be a part of the creative process. It becomes more than just, 'Hey look at this video,'"
One Calvary Baptist Church member, who said Monday that his children were waiting with bated breath to hear a Centre Region Council of Governments decision on whether the church could hook up to public sewer, had bad news to deliver after the vote.