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Minitaur Quadruped Robot Walks, Climbs Fences, Opens Doors

You’ve probably seen robots that walk, roll, climb and open doors. The Ghost Minitaur robot, however, does all of this in one package
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Watch Pepper Master ‘Ball in a Cup’ Game

Pepper the humanoid robot masters the game "Ball in a Cup" in 100 attempts through trial-and-error learning. Are you impressed?
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UPS Tests Drone Delivery with CyPhy Works

CyPhy Works and UPS tested a delivery drone on a three-mile trip from Beverly, Mass. to a YMCA camp at Children's Island. It took about eight minutes for the drone to deliver an asthma inhaler to a child on the island.
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3 Unique Approaches to Robot Locomotion

Robots that are free to move around their environment generally use wheels, tracks, or multiple legs to get around. But those aren't the only methods. Just like animals, some robots have very unconventional ways of moving.


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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Minitaur Quadruped Robot Walks, Climbs Fences, Opens Doors
You’ve probably seen robots that walk, roll, climb and open doors....

UPS Tests Drone Delivery with CyPhy Works
CyPhy Works and UPS tested a delivery drone on a three-mile trip...

3 Unique Approaches to Robot Locomotion
Robots that are free to move around their environment generally use wheels,...

Auto Industry Reacts to Self-Driving Car Guidelines
Google, Tesla and Uber haven't commented on the new self-driving car guidelines,...