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Scientists, engineers and planners are figuring out new ways of speeding up supply chains, delivery and getting rid of waste.
In a pair of hype videos going viral, engineering teams propose giant robot showdown. Continue reading →
An automated crane system can place hundreds of bricks per hour, around the clock. Continue reading →
The streamlined shape of this tiny robot could help search-and-rescue teams explore tight spaces.
A collaboration between NASA, Flirtey and Virginia Tech has received approval from the FAA to deliver pharmaceuticals via drones.
Two robots will work simultaneously printing small segments of molten metal that will be welded together.
Robotic tentacles might be ideal for delicate microscopic surgery.
Wait. We're teaching robots how to use swords? Continue reading →
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