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What does the future hold for robotics? - Nick Hawes, University of Birmingham, interview.

What does the future hold for robotics? - Nick Hawes, University of Birmingham, interview.

A student controlled a robot with body movements in Weifang in China's Shandong Province. About 80 teams from schools in the city took part in a robot competition.  Zhang Chi/Xinhua/Zuma Press

A student controlled a robot with body movements in Weifang in China's Shandong Province. About 80 teams from schools in the city took part in a robot competition. Zhang Chi/Xinhua/Zuma Press

Intel has announced that its 3D printed Jimmy robot will be available to consumers later t...

Intel has announced that its 3D printed Jimmy robot will be available to consumers later t...

RE.WORK | Blog - This Smart Solar-Powered Car Creates More Energy Than It Consumes

RE.WORK | Blog - This Smart Solar-Powered Car Creates More Energy Than It Consumes

Cynthia Breazeal. "But the human-robot relationship is going to be its own thing, and it's important not to force-fit it into what we think a human-to-human relationship is."

Cynthia Breazeal. "But the human-robot relationship is going to be its own thing, and it's important not to force-fit it into what we think a human-to-human relationship is."

PREBEN WIK, Market Creation & Collaborations at Furhat robotics

PREBEN WIK, Market Creation & Collaborations at Furhat robotics

Student representatives at the PR2 Beta Workshop with our very own PR2, Graspy!

Student representatives at the PR2 Beta Workshop with our very own PR2, Graspy!

Cofounder Adam Wilson and Marketing Manager Chuck Lepley of Orbotix, showing off their Sphero robot.

Cofounder Adam Wilson and Marketing Manager Chuck Lepley of Orbotix, showing off their Sphero robot.