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Dyson 360 Eye Robot Vacuum Doesn’t Faze iRobot

The Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum goes on sale in the United States on August 1, 2016 for $999. iRobot, which has dominated the robot vacuum market since 2002, isn't worried about the stiff competition.
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Pokémon Go Robots Getting Popular Among Gamers

Videos of two new Pokémon Go robots emerge, helping feed a gaming addiction that won't be disappearing anytime soon.
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Robots Not a Threat to Jobs: Rodney Brooks

Rodney Brooks said "we’re undervaluing workers when we say that robots are replacing them. We’re undervaluing an ordinary person’s intelligence."
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Transistor: The Most Important Invention Ever?

Transistors have transformed the world of electronics and accelerated our entry into the digital age. Many have said it's the most important invention of the 20th century.

Self-Driving Cars Spotlight

Podcast: Talking Self-Driving Cars with Brad Templeton

Brad Templeton joins The Robotics Trends Show to discuss self-driving cars, including looming federal regulations, Google vs. Tesla, convolutional neural networks and fatal accidents.
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Podcast: Talking Self-Driving Cars with Brad Templeton

Brad Templeton joins The Robotics Trends Show to discuss self-driving cars, including looming federal regulations, Google vs. Tesla, convolutional neural networks and fatal accidents.

How AI is Making Self-Driving Cars Smarter

The stage is set for artificial intelligence to dominate our roads. Here's how artificial intelligence is improving self-driving cars.

Has Tesla Lapped Google in Self-Driving Car Race?

Tesla customers have driven more than 100 million on Autopilot. That's a lot of self-driving miles, but is it enough to give Tesla the edge over Google in self-driving car development?

Honda Self-Driving Cars Test Skills at GoMentum Station

Honda demonstrated prototype self-driving cars at the GoMentum testing facility in Concord, California. The Japanese carmaker said it plans to release its first self-driving car in 2020.
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