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Robots at CES 2020: Robo-cats, sex tech, pizza makers and more – CNET

Robots at CES 2020: Robo-cats, sex tech, pizza makers and more – CNET

This story is part of CES 2020, complete coverage of the showroom floor for the hottest new tech gadgets around. Now playing: Watch this: Lovot, the love robot, offers a warm hug of friendship... 2:29 As 2020 grinds into gear, CNET will be kick-starting a new decade with a trip to the Nevada desert for…
Meet the creepy robots poised to take over the world – New York Post

Meet the creepy robots poised to take over the world – New York Post

The robot uprising forged in the “Terminator” movies is one step closer to reality. On Thursday, Toyota debuted its new, upgraded humanoid robot, the T-HR3, which is controlled remotely by someone wearing a headset and wiring on their arms. Toyota claims that in the future, this machine, which is smoother, lighter and easier to use…
Do Robots Dream Of Shredding Tires? – Jalopnik

Do Robots Dream Of Shredding Tires? – Jalopnik

Gif: StanfordStanford University has built an incredible robot which only exists for the purposes of absolutely ripping. This is MARTY, an autonomous electric-swapped DMC12, and it has been programmed to kill shred tires around a 1-kilometer drift course. You know, for science. This may be the absolute pinnacle of my personal interests, combining 1980s Italdesign…
When Robots Can Decide Whether You Live or Die

When Robots Can Decide Whether You Live or Die

Computers have gotten pretty good at making certain decisions for themselves. Automatic spam filters block most unwanted email. Some US clinics use artificial-intelligence-powered cameras to flag diabetes patients at risk of blindness. But can a machine ever be trusted to decide whether to kill a human being?It’s a question taken up by the eighth episode…

Robots in Finance Could Wipe Out Some of Its Highest-Paying Jobs

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The Case for Sending Robots to Day Care, Like Toddlers

The Case for Sending Robots to Day Care, Like Toddlers

Human babies don’t seem to make a good amount of sense, evolutionarily speaking. They’re helpless for many years, and not particularly helpful either—they can’t pitch in around the house or get a job. But in reality, these formative years are critical for training nature’s most remarkable brain: With the simple act of play, children explore…
Why Robots Should Learn to Build Crappy Ikea Furniture

Why Robots Should Learn to Build Crappy Ikea Furniture

It’s become a veritable rite of passage for humans settling into their first apartments: Assemble a piece of Ikea furniture from a cryptic set of pictures without having either you, or the item in question, fall apart.What better way, thought researchers at the University of Southern California, to torture teach robots to manipulate the world…
Recycling robots raise millions from top venture firms to rescue an industry in turmoil

Recycling robots raise millions from top venture firms to rescue an industry in turmoil

The problem of how to find the potential treasure trove hidden in millions of pounds of trash is getting a high-tech answer as investors funnel $16 million into the recycling robots built by Denver-based AMP Robotics. For recyclers, the commercialization of robots tackling industry problems couldn’t come at a better time. Their once-stable business has…
Security robots are mobile surveillance devices, not human replacements

Security robots are mobile surveillance devices, not human replacements

Security robots are slowly becoming a more common sight in malls, offices, and public spaces. But while these bots are often presented as replacements for human security guards — friendly robots on patrol — they’re collecting far more data than humans could, suggesting they’re more like mobile surveillance machines than conventional guards. A new report…
Robots aren’t taking warehouse employees’ jobs, they’re making their work harder

Robots aren’t taking warehouse employees’ jobs, they’re making their work harder

In the past few years, some have wildly speculated about how automation will eliminate wide swathes of the US job market, leaving masses of unemployed, frustrated workers. It’s an issue that’s raised enough concern that 2020 Democratic presidential candidates spent a good amount of time arguing about it in the last debate. But while it’s…

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Bravely Default II Heading to the Nintendo Switch – Siliconera

A new Bravely Default game has been confirmed. During The Game Awards 2019, Square Enix revealed Bravely Default II. The game will be appearing on the Nintendo Switch. It will launch in 2020. This comes after a 2017 tease that showed Edea playing on a Nintendo Switch and a December 2018 message from Tomoya Asano…

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