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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Warren Ellis tagged robot

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"Now you really can reach out and touch someone through the Internet, with the help of a wearable robot designed by a husband-and-wife team of scientists based in Japan."

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"Japanese researchers said Saturday they have developed a humanoid robot that can laugh and smile as it mimics a person's facial expressions."

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"RobotCub is a 5 years long project funded by the European Commission through Unit E5 "Cognitive Systems, Interaction & Robotics". Our main goal is to study cognition through the implementation of a humanoid robot the size of a 3.5 year old child: the iCub."

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"At present, all robot software is designed uniquely, even for parts common to all robots – that could be about to change"

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South Korean researchers said Monday they have developed a robot which can dance and get emotional when it's not tackling the chores. Mahru can move its lips, eyebrows and even pupils freely to make faces and can emit two kinds of fragrances to match its emotions

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robots are immersed among children to find out what it takes for machines and humans to develop long-term relationships

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