Unveiling The Bugs and Robot Snakes that will Get Your Engine Repaired

Rolce Royce has come out with a number of robots that are inspired by nature for the purpose of vehicle maintenance. Dismantling a the engines of motor cars and planes with a view to identify and remediate the arising issues is one process that can only be described as expensive and time-consuming. Rolce Royce has,… Continue reading Unveiling The Bugs and Robot Snakes that will Get Your Engine Repaired

Token Rewards Unveiled by the Totem Blockchain Photo Sharing App of Baidu

Baidu the renowned Chinese Search engine giant, has come out with a proprietary token. It is aimed at stirring up the interest of users as regards its all-new service. This service is a blockchain hinged photo sharing and validating service which seeks to cause a revolution in the way we handle photos. This announcement was… Continue reading Token Rewards Unveiled by the Totem Blockchain Photo Sharing App of Baidu

A Blind Robot Ascends the Stairs Without Seeing Them

Cheetah 3, a new, lightweight robot from MIT showed its outstanding set of skills and rendered everyone presents speechless. The skills include, but are not limited to: slow and fast trot, outdoor movement, spin moves and gallop. However, the most impressive feature of Cheetah 3 is probably connected to its blind climbing. He doesn’t see… Continue reading A Blind Robot Ascends the Stairs Without Seeing Them

Disney’s Newest Technology Brings Realism To Its Characters With Acrobatic Stunt Robots

Disney parks have always given fans a chance to see their favorite characters come to life, but the real-life versions lack the movement and agility of their movie counterparts. The happiest place on Earth will be changing the game of animatronics as we know it to include mind-blowing stunt robots. The creative team that dreams… Continue reading Disney’s Newest Technology Brings Realism To Its Characters With Acrobatic Stunt Robots

MIT Students Put Fast Food Workers on Notice with their Mechanical Kitchen

Spyce is the exciting new restaurant created by four MIT engineering graduates with the help of Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud and Sam Benson.  This new Boston restaurant attempts to achieve the cost-effectiveness of fast food by using automated systems without sacrificing quality.  The four students, Michael Farid, Brady Knight, Kale Rogers and Luke Schlueter, found… Continue reading MIT Students Put Fast Food Workers on Notice with their Mechanical Kitchen

Robots One Step Closer to Being Granted Intellectual Property Rights than Animals

On April 23, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that copyright infringements can only be claimed by humans. In its dismissal of the copyright infringement lawsuit by PETA, the Court upheld a lower court’s ruling that wildlife photographer David Slater was not obligated to share profits with the now famous, selfie-taking monkey known… Continue reading Robots One Step Closer to Being Granted Intellectual Property Rights than Animals

1,000 Robots to Occupy Educational and Corporate Campuses

Robot delivery vehicles developed by Starship Technologies will soon be seen on corporate and academic campuses across the United States and Europe. as the company announces their major commercial rollout.   Starship intends to deploy 1,000 of the small and autonomous robots to its partners before the end of 2018. These new robots have been… Continue reading 1,000 Robots to Occupy Educational and Corporate Campuses

Microsoft Enables Tailored Touchscreen Workspaces with SurfaceConstellations

Microsoft has made tailoring your workspace using touchscreen devices easier with the release of hardware designs for linking multiple touchscreen devices. The release is open source. Working in partnership with University College London, Microsoft Research has released a new modular system for creating tailored workspaces using multiple touchscreen devices including the Microsoft Surface Pro 2,… Continue reading Microsoft Enables Tailored Touchscreen Workspaces with SurfaceConstellations

Japanese Construction Companies Seek Robot Revolution

Japan’s rapidly aging population and shrinking workforce challenge its companies to innovate in automation. This challenge is being felt particularly strongly in the construction industry, which has been slow to adopt automation to date. Japan’s workforce challenge Workers and governments around the world are worried about increased unemployment as companies automate their processes, replacing human… Continue reading Japanese Construction Companies Seek Robot Revolution