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Meet Kobi, Your New All-Season Robot Landscaper
By Steve Crowe · 29 September, 2016 • Kobi unanimously wins Pitchfire at RoboBusiness 2016 with its 3-in-1 robot landscaper that mows lawns, collects leaves, and snow blows driveways.
15 Must-See Robotics Startups at RoboBusiness 2016
By Steve Crowe · 28 September, 2016 • Pitchfire, the "Shark Tank" of robotics, gives 15 robotics startups two minutes to tell a live panel of judges and attendees how their product will be a disruptive technology. Here's a sneak peek at each finalist.
Jibo Shipping Pre-launch Models in November
By Steve Crowe · 27 September, 2016 • Pre-launch versions of Jibo the social robot will start shipping to backers in November on a first-ordered, first-received basis. The hardware will be finalized on the pre-launch version of Jibo, but the software will not be finalized. No timeframe was set for when fully-functioning Jibo will ship.
DIYer Builds Arduino-based Dustbuster Robot Vacuum
By RT Staff · 27 September, 2016 • A DIYer uses four motors for locomotion, an Arduino Uno, IR and ultrasonic sensors and a dusbuster to create a robot vacuum that avoids obstacles and cleans floors.
Watch Pepper Master ‘Ball in a Cup’ Game
By Steve Crowe · 23 September, 2016 • Pepper the humanoid robot masters the game "Ball in a Cup" in 100 attempts through trial-and-error learning. Are you impressed?
UPS Tests Drone Delivery with CyPhy Works
By Steve Crowe · 23 September, 2016 • 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.
Minitaur Quadruped Robot Walks, Climbs Fences, Opens Doors
By Jeremy S. Cook · 23 September, 2016 • You’ve probably seen robots that walk, roll, climb and open doors. The Ghost Minitaur robot, however, does all of this in one package
Machine Learning Could Help Screen Kids for Speech Disorders
By MIT News · 22 September, 2016 • A new computer system developed by MIT can automatically screen young children for speech and language disorders and, potentially, even provide specific diagnoses.
3 Unique Approaches to Robot Locomotion
By Jeremy S. Cook · 22 September, 2016 • 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.
Auto Industry Reacts to Self-Driving Car Guidelines
By RT Staff · 21 September, 2016 • Google, Tesla and Uber haven't commented on the new self-driving car guidelines, but many others have. Here's how automakers, executives, industry associations and others have reacted to the Vehicle Performance Guidance for Automated Vehicles.
Federal Guidelines Taking Self-Driving Cars in Wrong Direction
By Brad Templeton · 20 September, 2016 • Brad Templeton has major issues with the federal guidelines that were released for self-driving cars, saying the development of autonomous vehicles in the US may take a serious hit.
Self-Driving Cars Need to Be More Reliable
By David Bruemmer · 20 September, 2016 • Reliability is the underlying issue with all the challenges still facing self-driving cars. While we have seen great strides in moving towards a more autonomous and smart vehicle approach, reliability in cluttered environments and inclement weather remains an elusive goal.
Guidelines for Self-Driving Cars: Everything You Need to Know
By Steve Crowe · 20 September, 2016 • The Department of Transportation has published its federal guidelines on how to safely integrate and regulate self-driving cars onto our roads. And the guidelines clearly show the federal government is in favor of self-driving cars.
GoPro Karma Drone Goes on Sale October 23 for $799
By Steve Crowe · 19 September, 2016 • The GoPro Karma drone was officially introduced, and it's easy to fly thanks to a simple controller, easy-to-use interface, and foldable design.
Data the Key to Improving Human-Robot Conversation
By Steve Crowe · 16 September, 2016 • Todd Mozer, president and CEO of Sensory Inc., joins The Robotics Trends Show to discuss why data is the key to improving human-robot conversations.

Editors’ Picks

Meet Kobi, Your New All-Season Robot Landscaper
Kobi unanimously wins Pitchfire at RoboBusiness 2016 with its 3-in-1 robot landscaper that...

15 Must-See Robotics Startups at RoboBusiness 2016
Pitchfire, the "Shark Tank" of robotics, gives 15 robotics startups two minutes to...

Jibo Shipping Pre-launch Models in November
The hardware will be finalized on the pre-launch version of Jibo, but...

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