Monthly Archives September 2013

HUMANOID ROBOTS ARE UPON US, SO WILL THEY BE IN CONTROL AT ONE STAGE

VIDEO DOCUMENTARY ON HUMANOID ROBOTS AS SEEN HERE

JAPAN LEADS THE WAY IN HUMANOID ROBOTS.

WILL THESE HUMANOID ROBOTS ONE DAY OVERTAKE HUMANS

Humanoid robots operate with the interference from humans

Published on May 5, 2013

Documentary which aired Saturday May 4th 2013
Titled Robot Revolution : Will Machines surpass humans

Features Honda Asimov, Hubo, Big Dog from Boston Dynamics, Baxter from Rethink Robotics, Nextage and other Humanoids

Disclaimer : I do not own the copyright to this programme, this is a recording from NHK World and is the IP of international. I do not intend to break copyright however I feel the usefulness of the programme in inspiring innovation and improving lives is more important. Hopefully will make the content available online themselves.

Apologies for the missi...

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SELF DRIVEN 4 LEGGED MULE SHOWS HOW IT THINKS & ACTS AUTONOMOUSLY FOR MARINES DEFENCE PURPOSES

AUTONOMOUS OPERATING EQUIPMENT MULE FOR ARMED FORCES ON SHOW

The Marine Corps Warfighting Lab in partnership with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Boston Dynamics tested an autonomous robot on Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Sept. 10 2012. Will this robot kill everyone on the planet one day?

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IPHONE PILOTS THIS DRONE & MAPS OUT SURROUNDINGS & MORE. JUST WATCH THIS VIDEO

 

THE PILOT FOR THIS QUADCOPTER DRONE IS AN IPHONE

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UNIVERSITY IN AUSTRALIA HAS ROBOTIC BEES IN ITS SIGHTS TO POLLINATE PLANTS

THE HUMBLE BUMBLE BEE IS TO BECOME ROBOTIC SAY QUEENSLAND SCIENTISTS

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Bees have long been renowned in the scientific world as one of the most efficient flying machines on Earth.

ARNOLD S. ……….MEET ‘THE POLLINATOR’

Now, in what may seem like science-fiction, University of Queensland researchers have studied their flight patterns in virtual reality in a bid to develop insect-sized robots.

”We are thinking this can be applied to robotics for very small flying robots,” PhD student Gavin Taylor said. ”If we had small flying robots, potentially they could act as pollinators, because bees are in global decline. But they could also be used for other things, such as in search-and-rescue flights.”

As part of the world-first Queensland Brain Institute study, Mr Taylor and other researchers tethered t...

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PIZZA & BEER DELIVERY BY AERIAL DRONES IS HAPPENING

DRONES DELIVER PIZZAS & BEER

Drones aren’t just for the CIA anymore. While Predators and Reapers still patrol the skies of the Middle East and South Asia, automated flight technology has burst into the consumer realm in a big way. Brands, scientists, government services and regular people are taking advantage of cheap and easy to control compact flight systems with decent lift capacity for cargo or equipment. Even former editor of Wired magazine Chris Anderson foresaw the drone trend and left Wired to become CEO of 3D Robotics, a DIY drone-building company. Soon enough drones may be ubiquitous, zipping around the skies on errands, surveillance tasks or even as artistic tools

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Imagine you’re in a field at a summer festival, far from the long lines for food or drinks...

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