Software developed with Finger Food ATG helps students learn to code through the use of SoftBank Robotics’ Pepper humanoid robot.
Robotic simulators help train medical students face real-life scenarios without endangering patients.
New platform aimed at providing low-cost option for researchers looking to develop autonomous mobile robots, mobile manipulation, mapping, and multi-robot systems.
Educators, business leaders, and students gather to discuss new robotics innovations and applications.
Dr. Steve Coxon chats with us about the success and challenges of STEM-based teaching.
Leading AI researcher has led CMU’s Robotics Institute since 2014.
A 5-year, $15 million grant will fund research into advanced perception and decision-making algorithms.
Demonstration uses special light sources and sensors to reconstruct shapes of unseen objects.
Robot tour guide, and giving autonomy to existing vehicles among new robotics projects at WPI.
Omron Foundation donated a new laboratory complete with workstations and state-of-the-art equipment to give University of Houston students the opportunity to prepare for real-world engineering challenges.
New center provides cross-disciplinary approach looking at social, ethical and legal questions raised by autonomy.
We’ve already seen robots do some amazing things in manufacturing, warehousing, and health care. Here are some other new ways robots are doing unconventional things.
Ceremony honors excellence in robotics, service to humankind.
At CES 2019, a panel will discuss the future of robotic caregivers for humans with learning issues. We talk with one of the panelists, who helped develop the curriculum for RoboKind’s Milo robot.
For young and old, here’s our picks for some unique gift options for enthusiasts of robots, drones, and vacuums.
PTC and its partners put out an augmented reality-enhanced comic book for Manufacturing Day. We spoke with PTC about how manufacturers are already using AR or augmented reality.
Since 2011, Dallas-based RoboKind has created a range of novel robots designed to help children with autism spectrum disorders develop essential skills, including STEM.
Katie Stebbins, a speaker at RoboBusiness 2018, urges employers, higher education, and governments to talk about population shifts and demographics and plan for workforce retraining so that employees are helped, not harmed, by robotics and automation.
The wealthy Middle Eastern nation of Qatar is investing in robotics innovations, especially in healthcare, education, and sports.
Ethical decisions for autonomous cars continue to spark debate worldwide, the Middle East sees rising investments in AI, and countries bring robotics and AI technologies to a space race.
AR and VR are tools, not just for training, but also for evolving the nature of work in complex environments, observes PTC’s Howard Heppelmann.
Philip Norman used to be an architect and a painter. Then he made an invention that could prove to be a game-changer for the way robots are built in the future.
Meet the three Wild Card entries in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, which join a competition designed to develop and apply AI to a wide range of problems.
Not only can robot kits help teach children with autism spectrum disorder about STEM subjects, but they can also enable caregivers to engage with certain children in new ways. Here are some examples.
Young designers from Pennsylvania recently won this year’s FIRST Tech Challenge with their autonomous robots.