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DNA Robots Can Deliver Molecular Packages

DNA Robots Can Deliver Molecular Packages These miniature machines could help assemble electronics and medicines Illustration: Ella Maru Studio Conceptual illustration of a DNA robot sorting two types of cargo molecules. Miniature robots with arms and legs made of DNA can sort and deliver molecular cargo,Read more… Source: http://drone-rss.com/

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Autonomous Robots Plant, Tend, and Harvest Entire Crop of Barley

Autonomous Robots Plant, Tend, and Harvest Entire Crop of Barley This is as autonomous as farming gets, without any humans having to get themselves dirty, or even go outside Photo: Hands Free Hectare Agriculture is no stranger to autonomy. Tractors were among the first commercial autonomous vehicles, and there’s aRead more… […]

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Video Friday: Agility Robotics, Pancake Robots, and Metallica's Drone Show

Video Friday: Agility Robotics, Pancake Robots, and Metallica’s Drone Show Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos Image: Agility Robotics via YouTube Two Cassies at the office. Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers. We’ll also be posting a weekly calendar ofRead more… […]

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Interview: iRobot CEO Colin Angle on Data Privacy and Robots in the Home

Interview: iRobot CEO Colin Angle on Data Privacy and Robots in the Home Angle sees home robots as the way to collect the spatial information your smart home needs to be smart Photo: iRobot iRobot CEO Colin Angle. About a month ago, iRobot CEO Colin Angle mentioned something about sharing Roomba mapping […]

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The Bandwidth Defender

The Bandwidth Defender A day in the life of professional radio-frequency interference hunter, Kevin Argentieri Photo: Alyssa Pagano It’s midday in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and Kevin Argentieri is walking around a residential neighborhood brandishing a large gray arrow, like a medieval knight wouldRead more… Source: http://drone-rss.com/

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Jet-Powered iCub Could Be the First Flying Humanoid Robot

Jet-Powered iCub Could Be the First Flying Humanoid Robot Italian researchers are developing a control system that they hope will allow an iCub humanoid robot to hover on four jet thrusters Image: IIT iCub, the flying humanoid. Science fiction is full of robotic systems that can fly. Whether they’reRead more… Source: […]

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MIT Builds Drone-Based RFID Relay to Track Boxes in Warehouses

MIT Builds Drone-Based RFID Relay to Track Boxes in Warehouses A drone-based relay dramatically extends the range of RFID, and could help retailers keep track of stuff Photo: MIT Boxes are everywhere: The United States Postal Service shipped 5.2 billion packages in 2016, while Amazon shipped 1 billion packages justRead more… […]

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Dutch Will Use Wind Power to Green Airports, But Solar is the Future Elsewhere

Dutch Will Use Wind Power to Green Airports, But Solar is the Future Elsewhere Unused acreage at airports is being used for renewable energy facilities, especially solar. But some restrictions apply Photo: Markus/Altmann Getty Image All types of airport operations are going electric as efforts continue to cut emissions from internal combustion […]

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Drones and AI Take On Killer Sharks Down Under

Drones and AI Take On Killer Sharks Down Under Robots are an expensive, but cool, solution to a very rare problem Whether or not shark attacks are a major problem in Australia (spoiler alert: they’re not), the Australian government has devoted an enormous amount of resources into trying toRead more… Source: […]

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Pepper Now Available at Funerals as a More Affordable Alternative to Human Priests

Pepper Now Available at Funerals as a More Affordable Alternative to Human Priests In Japan, thrifty Buddhists can now hire the Pepper robot as a funeral assistant Robots excel at predictable, repetitive tasks, and what could be more predictable and repetitive than death? In Japan, a plastic moulding company called Nissei Eco […]

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