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SpotMini Robot Dog Loves to Do the Dishes

The SpotMini robot from Boston Dynamics can run up stairs, load the dishwasher, throw away trash, and fetch you a drink.
Household

Podcast: Living with Personal Health Robots

Emanuele Musini, CEO of Pillo Health, joins The Robotics Trends Show to discuss his Pillo health companion robot and some of the challenges and liabilities involved.
Future Tech

Google’s Top 5 AI Safety Concerns

Google outlines outlines its top five safety concerns as artificial intelligence is applied in more general circumstances.
Robot Fun

Watch: Flirtey Completes Historic Ship-to-Shore Drone Delivery

Flirtey successfully completed the first ship-to-shore drone delivery in the U.S., delivering medical supplies from a vessel to an onshore medical camp in Cape May, New Jersey.

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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How AI is Making Self-Driving Cars Smarter

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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.

A Case for Doubling Liability Insurance for Self-Driving Cars

For accidents caused by self-driving cars, the liability cost should be double that of a similar accident caused by human error. This would push carmakers to ensure their systems are at least twice as safe as human drivers.
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SpotMini Robot Dog Loves to Do the Dishes
The SpotMini robot from Boston Dynamics can run up stairs, load the...

Podcast: Living with Personal Health Robots
Emanuele Musini, CEO of Pillo Health, joins The Robotics Trends Show to...

Google’s Top 5 AI Safety Concerns
Google outlines outlines its top five safety concerns as artificial intelligence is...

Watch: Flirtey Completes Historic Ship-to-Shore Drone Delivery
Flirtey successfully completed the first ship-to-shore drone delivery in the U.S.,...