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Video Friday: TALOS Humanoid Robot, and More

 − at 23:58, 19. Oct. 2018

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos

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Explore the World’s Coolest Robots, All in One Place

 − at 17:20, 18. Oct. 2018

New IEEE site features 200 robots from 19 countries with hundreds of photos, videos, and interactives to get people excited about robotics and STEM

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How Political Campaigns Weaponize Social Media Bots

 − at 17:00, 18. Oct. 2018

Analysis of computational propaganda in the 2016 U.S. presidential election reveals the reach of bots

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Boston Dynamics' SpotMini Can Dance Now

 − at 21:19, 16. Oct. 2018

A quadruped robot dance-off is inevitable

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AI on a MEMS Device Brings Neuromorphic Computing to the Edge

 − at 17:00, 16. Oct. 2018

For first time artificial intelligence has been integrated into a MEMS device

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Eta Compute Debuts Spiking Neural Network Chip for Edge AI

 − at 12:00, 16. Oct. 2018

Chip can learn on its own and inference at 100-microwatt scale company says at Arm Tech Con

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#271: A Whimsical Robotic Artist, with Patrick Tresset

 − at 09:00, 16. Oct. 2018

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Patrick Tresset, a London based artist, on robots that draw people using a pen and paper in a way that is similar to the drawing process for humans. Tresset discusses his background in painting and programming, how his robot artists work, how he creates an experience for the person being drawn by the robots, about art history with robots, and about his future direction with robot artists.


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Video Friday: Boston Dynamics' Spot Goes to Work, and More

 − at 00:35, 13. Oct. 2018

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos

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Boston Dynamics' Atlas Robot Shows Off Parkour Skills

 − at 00:38, 12. Oct. 2018

The agile humanoid is learning to use its whole body to leap higher than ever

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Quadrotor Maintains High Speed Flight With Just Three Rotors

 − at 23:15, 11. Oct. 2018

If you don't mind a little spinning, quadrotors can operate just fine as trirotors

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