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Check In With the Velociraptor at the Worlds First Robot Hotel

The world of tomorrow exists in Japan today–at a hotel run by robots. Please see the velociraptor for check-in.

Alone in your room, you’ve got help: Motion-detecting lights, a tablet, and a friendly robot assistant on your bedside table.

Check In With the Velociraptor at the World’s First Robot Hotel

Alone in your room, you’ve got help: Motion-detecting lights, a tablet, and a friendly robot assistant on your bedside table.

DARPA has revealed upgrades to the ATLAS robot. The robot was redesigned for DARPA by Boston Dynamics, with the goal of improving power efficiency to better support untethered battery operation. The upgraded robot will be used by up to seven teams competing in the DARPA Robotics Challenge.

Futuristic Robot, ATLAS Is Now Unplugged, Boston Dynamics, Darpa Robotics, The Future of Robotics

NASA's Rock Climbing Robot

NASA's Rock Climbing Robot

NASA's Rock Climbing Robot Could Tackle Everest With Ease - via gizmodo

A Manufacturing Robot that can Work with Humans via @laughingsquid #manufacturingiscool

Baxter, A Manufacturing Robot That Can Work With Human Coworkers

Robo Sally - Bomb disposal robot - Customer cases - Xsens 3D motion tracking ... the most incredible dexterity, especially in the hands. It would be amazing if human prosthetics could become as good as Sally's hands.

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory are testing a dexterous bomb disposal robot that is equipped with advanced prosthetic arms and hands.

Chinese researchers say they're probably the first to demonstrate sign language with a humanoid robot

Chinese researchers say they're probably the first to demonstrate sign language with a humanoid robot

Rise of the Robots/Decline of the Middle Class

Some jobs even the toughest of people can’t do, while some others are just unpleasant. Increasingly, this is where robots come in. With modern advances, robots can go further and do more than ever before.

Hajime Sakamoto sits in the pilot seat of his 4 meter tall robot

A roboticist by the name of Hajime Sakamoto dreams of building his very own Gundam mobile suit, and he's making progress on a real 4 meter feet) tall bipedal robot that can carry him around.

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