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'Fetching and Carrying' Robots Swarm Nearer to Reality

June 5, 2013
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British researchers have created a swarm of self-organizing robots which can carry out simple fetching and carrying tasks. They say their work sets the stage for the development of autonomous teams of robots to help in disaster rescue efforts and even medical surgery.

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Carnegie Mellon Robots Aim to Please

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Reuters (June 26, 2013) — Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are designing modern day butlers - service robots that will one day help people with tasks like fetching coffee and cleaning up the kitchen.
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A Sense of Touch Makes Robots More 'Human'

A Sense of Touch Makes Robots More 'Human'

Reuters (Dec. 31, 2013) — Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are developing robots with a sense of touch. They have produced artificial skin that works with computer software to allow robots to physically interact with humans and, as Ben Gruber reports, one man is already seeing the benefits.
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Coming Soon: Service Robots for Home or Work

Coming Soon: Service Robots for Home or Work

AP (Mar. 20, 2014) — Service oriented robots made their debut at the Innorobo trade show in France. The robots can navigate large crowds and identify objects for human owners. (March 20) Video provided by AP
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Madrid Hosts 14th World Congress on Humanoid Robots

Madrid Hosts 14th World Congress on Humanoid Robots

AFP (Nov. 19, 2014) — 14th World Congress on humanoid robots in full swing under the theme "Humans and robots face-to-face" Duration: 01:08 Video provided by AFP
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