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Humanoid Robot Pepper Joins Crew of 2 Cruise Lines
By Steve Crowe · 17 December, 2015 • Pepper, the emotion-detecting humanoid robot from Aldebaran, will greet passengers as they board the Costa Cruises and AIDA ships, offering tips about dining, events, and excursions in English, German and Italian.Pepper Humanoid Robot Adds Facial Recognition Technology
By Steve Crowe · 27 October, 2017 • Pepper, the popular humanoid robot from Softbank, is adding facial recognition technology to its repertoire. SoftBank will use Ever AI's facial recognition platform in hopes of bringing new levels of personalization to Peppers interactions.Drunk Man Arrested for Kicking Pepper Robot
By Steve Crowe · 8 September, 2015 • Police arrested 60-year-old Kiichi Ishikawa at a SoftBank store in Japan for "allegedly kicking a Pepper robot in a fit of rage." The Pepper robot now moves more slowly, and its internal processor may be damaged.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?$15 Minimum Wage Will Accelerate Robot Takeover
By Oliver Mitchell · 27 May, 2016 • It appears the first global test is underway to replace human workers with robots. But maybe its time for all of us, politicians included, to listen to industry experts and save human jobs.Nao Robot Won’t be a Hotel Concierge for Long
By Steve Crowe · 11 March, 2016 • Steve Carlin, Aldebaran's VP of marketing and business development for the Americas, joined the Robotics Trends Show to discuss all-things Connie, but he also talked about why Pepper should ultimately replace Nao as the robot concierge of choice.The Fascinating Humanoid Robots of iREX 2015
By Tim Hornyak · 11 December, 2015 • Japan's International Robot Exhibition (iREX) has a heavy emphasis on industrial robots, but humanoid robots played a large role at this year's show.Why Do Cops Need Weaponized Drones?
By Steve Crowe · 27 August, 2015 • Bill 1328 just passed, making North Dakota the first state in the US to legalize police use of drones equipped with rubber bullets, pepper spray, tasers and more. The police, however, say they'll only use the drones for search and rescue missions and to photograph crimes scenes. So, remind us again, why do we need weaponized drones?New Emotional Robotics Lab to Study Human-Robot Interaction
By RT Staff · 15 November, 2017 • The University of Texas at Arlington has launched a new Emotional Robotics Living Lab to investigate what our future will look like with robots and how they can be integrated into the home to provide physical and emotional support.Why Softbank Bought Boston Dynamics
By Tim Hornyak · 9 June, 2017 • Softbank, already investing billions into AI and robotics, adds to its an impressive robotics portfolio with the acquisitions of Boston Dynamics and SCHAFT.10 Most Realistic Star Wars Robots
By Eugene Demaitre · 16 December, 2016 • Think Star Wars' droids are just science fiction? Robots are coming into our daily lives and are turning fiction into fact.Jibo Shouldn’t be Given up on Just Yet
By Steve Crowe · 24 August, 2016 • If Jibo fails, it won't be because of shipping delays or cancellation of international orders. It'll be because it didn't live up to the hype it promised at the start.3 Ways to Get Kids into Engineering
By Matt Alderson | Cimcorp · 20 October, 2017 • The challenges our world faces are growing by the day. We can’t afford to have a lack of engineers working to solve these problems. Here are a few fun ways to kids interested in engineering.Top 10 Robotics Startups Seen at CES 2017’s Eureka Park
By Eugene Demaitre · 9 January, 2017 • Hundreds of startups vied for attention at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Which robotics products caught our eye? Robots that tend to the young and old, tackle odious chores, and advance the market could be found in the crowded aisles.Why Home Robots Must Continue to Evolve
By Eugene Demaitre · 14 January, 2016 • Robots are entering household use, but could single-purpose robots actually create more work for users?