Robotics

News and Articles About Robotics

Your Next Cute Robot May Be Korean
Robots

Your Next Cute Robot May Be Korean

Pibo and Cubroid want to give every kid a robot, and they show there's innovation in Korea beyond LG and Samsung.
This Robot Will Carry Your Stuff and Follow You Everywhere
Robots

This Robot Will Carry Your Stuff and Follow You Everywhere

Meet Gita, the cargo-carrying robot.
Rose Leadem
Is Your Startup Ready for Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial Intelligence

Is Your Startup Ready for Artificial Intelligence?

Ask yourself these three questions to find out how artificial intelligence can best fit your business.
K.R. Sanjiv
The Lessons That Cows, Yes, Cows, Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Adapting to Change
Change

The Lessons That Cows, Yes, Cows, Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Adapting to Change

Introducing robotic milking machines to 300 skeptical bovines wasn't exactly easy, this millennial farmer reports.
Amanda Freund
Lego's New Robotics Set Will Teach Your Child How to Code
Robotics

Lego's New Robotics Set Will Teach Your Child How to Code

The new set lets children build a cat, guitar and even a Lego 3-D printer. Well, sort of.
Robots Will Play a Bigger Role in the Coming Years, But Not as Big as You Think
CES 2017

Robots Will Play a Bigger Role in the Coming Years, But Not as Big as You Think

Executives from Softbank Robotics and iRobot Corporation share their insights into the year's biggest trends in the field and their predictions for the immediate future.
Stephen J. Bronner
This New Robot Will Boost Your Child's Emotional and Social Skills
Robotics

This New Robot Will Boost Your Child's Emotional and Social Skills

Find out how this new smart toy could change the way children learn, play and progress.
Entrepreneur Staff
Cuban to Trump: The U.S. Needs to Invest in Robotics to 'Win'
Mark Cuban

Cuban to Trump: The U.S. Needs to Invest in Robotics to 'Win'

The 'Shark Tank' investor writes in a blog post that the government should spend $100 billion to create and build robots.
Stephen J. Bronner
New Zealand Passport Robot Tells Applicant of Asian Descent to Open Eyes
Robotics

New Zealand Passport Robot Tells Applicant of Asian Descent to Open Eyes

Facial recognition software mistakenly registered his eyes as being closed.
How This Robotics Startup Is Reducing Risk of Work-Related Injuries
Robotics

How This Robotics Startup Is Reducing Risk of Work-Related Injuries

Protect your shoulders, back, and knees with this three-part MAX system.
British Philosophers Consider the Ethics of a Robotic Future
Robots

British Philosophers Consider the Ethics of a Robotic Future

A standards document offers guidelines on robot-human relationships and more.
People Will Lie to Robots to Avoid Hurting Their Feelings
Robots

People Will Lie to Robots to Avoid Hurting Their Feelings

The side effects of making machines more human.
Clothes Dryers of the Future Could Also Build Smartphones
Smartphones

Clothes Dryers of the Future Could Also Build Smartphones

An MIT design allows phone components to automatically snap together in a centrifuge.
At Last, Customer Service Agents That Customers Can't Drive Crazy.
Customer Service

At Last, Customer Service Agents That Customers Can't Drive Crazy.

Smart agents can improve customer service and increase productivity.
Jonathan Crane
OK

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