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'RoboCup Iran Open' draws tech-savvies to showcase their robots
Iran's capital Tehran is hosting the country's most high-profile robotics event dubbed RoboCup Iran Open.
Farms are going to need different kinds of robots
On a lush, green patch of rolling farmland in Australia's Queensland, cows are quietly grazing in a scene that is replicated around the world.
Robots encourage risk-taking behavior in humans
New research has shown robots can encourage humans to take greater risks in a simulated gambling scenario than they would if there was nothing to influence their behaviors. Increasing our understanding of whether robots can affect risk-taking could have clear ethical, practical and policy implications, which this study set out to explore.
Robots on rise as Americans experience record job losses amid pandemic
They can check you in and deliver orange juice to your hotel room, answer your questions about a missing package, whip up sushi and pack up thousands of subscription boxes. And, perhaps most importantly, they are completely immune to COVID-19. While people have had a hard time in the coronavirus pandemic, robots are having a moment.
Robots help seniors learn to use technology in South Korea
In South Korea, one of the most digitally connected societies in the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the growth of contactless technology in everyday life. But one group is finding itself struggling in a fast-changing world of communications apps, fast food-ordering kiosks and robot waiters: senior citizens.
Robots go their own way deep in the ocean
"It's very common," said Jess Hanham casually, when asked how often he finds suspected unexploded bombs.
Pandemic brings more robots into Chinese restaurants
In Foodom Robot Restaurant in south China's Foshan City, a line of robot chefs helped allay customers' fears of COVID-19 infection.
Giving robots human-like perception of their physical environments
Wouldn’t we all appreciate a little help around the house, especially if that help came in the form of a smart, adaptable, uncomplaining robot? Sure, there are the one-trick Roombas (a series of autonomous robotic vacuum cleaners created by American tech company iRobot) of the appliance world. But MIT engineers are envisioning robots more like home helpers, able to follow high-level, Alexa-type commands, such as “Go to the kitchen and fetch me a coffee cup.”
Microsoft sacks journalists to replace them with robots
Dozens of journalists have been sacked after Microsoft decided to replace them with artificial intelligence (AI) software.
Will COVID-19 speed up use of robots to replace human workers?
As a pandemic grips the world, a person could be forgiven if they had forgotten about another threat to humanity's way of life — the rise of robots.
Robots replace university students in Zoom graduation ceremony
Can't be at a big life event because of the coronavirus? Send in the robots. These Japanese university students refused to let the coronavirus lockdowns get in the way of celebrating their graduation ceremony.
Robots in finance could wipe out some of its highest-paying jobs
Robots have replaced thousands of routine jobs on Wall Street. Now, they’re coming for higher-ups.
Robotic inspectors developed to fix wind farms
Fully autonomous robots that are able to inspect damaged wind farms have been developed by Scots scientists.
UK economy has 'too few robots', warn MPs
The UK is lagging behind the world’s other advanced economies in the shift to robots and automation in the workplace — putting jobs, businesses and the prosperity of whole regions at risk, according to an influential group of MPs.

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