Where Do the Candidates Stand on Robotics?
Between the sound bites, the presidential candidates have said little so far about their stances on robotics and automation.
(February 29, 2016)
Can This Robot Put an End to Malaria?
The first-ever 100-percent effective anti-malaria vaccine.
(February 22, 2016)
Hansen Medical Sells Cardiac Robot to Dutch Center
Maastricht University Medical Center buys robotic-guided cardiac catheter system, but recent acquisitions demonstrate industry's growing pains.
(January 25, 2016)
Can Scotland Develop Into a Global AI Hub?
EU and U.K. research support could help Edinburgh become an artificial intelligence leader, but success may depend on commercial applications.
(January 20, 2016)
Five Robotics Predictions for 2016
Don't wait up for flying cars, but robotic farms, factories, and households are coming sooner than you may think.
(January 04, 2016)
Top Robotics Transactions of 2015
Catch up on a baker's dozen mergers, acquisitions, and investments that altered the fast-moving robotics industry in the past year.
(December 31, 2015)
Co-robots Awarded $37M by NSF to Spur Development
NSF funds 66 new research proposals to 49 distinct institutions in 27 states.
(December 22, 2015)
Concern Grows Over Robots Behaving Badly
Are we are rushing headlong into the robotics revolution without consideration for the many unforeseen problems?
(December 15, 2015)
Do Robot Vacuum Cleaners Signify a New India?
'Clean India' initiative follows growing demand from modernization and rising wages, with a large market expected for robot vacuums.
(December 10, 2015)
U.K. Consortium Gets $3M Grant for Home Care Robotics
As populations worldwide age, robots might relieve visiting caretakers of helping with daily chores so that they can focus on human interaction.
(December 08, 2015)
Robotics Startups Need Space to Grow, Says MassRobotics Chief
Massachusetts has the key ingredients for a successful robotics sector, but there are challenges, says Tom Ryden, executive director at MassRobotics.
(November 20, 2015)
Asustek, Xiaomi Look to Robotics as Smartphone Market Slows
Asustek plans to expand from smartphones to healthcare robots, smart homes, and IoT in the coming year, and Xiaomi releases a product based on Segway tech.
(November 16, 2015)