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Robotic hand built by Japanese firm to be part of tech demo at the space station in 2021
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Robotic hand built by Japanese firm to be part of tech demo at the space station in 2021

With this tech demonstration, GITAI hopes to develop more robots to carry out versatile tasks in space.

All-woman Afghan robotics team designs low-cost ventilator to help treat Coronavirus patients
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All-woman Afghan robotics team designs low-cost ventilator to help treat Coronavirus patients

The ventilator is easy to carry, runs on battery for 10 hours, and costs roughly $700 to produce, compared with the $20,000 of a traditional ventilator.

Time for action to make India global manufacturing hub in post-coronavirus world: Industry experts
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Time for action to make India global manufacturing hub in post-coronavirus world: Industry experts

India can be the destination of choice for global manufacturing in the post-COVID 19 world if it gets its acts together with the right policies as a lot of things are going for the country, say industry experts

Snake inspired robot could navigate tough terrain, help in search and rescue operations
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Snake inspired robot could navigate tough terrain, help in search and rescue operations

The robot snake, at first, had difficulty staying stable on large steps and often wobbled and flipped over or got stuck on the steps.

To Moon, Mars and beyond: First batch of NASA astronauts graduate two-year training school
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To Moon, Mars and beyond: First batch of NASA astronauts graduate two-year training school

They can go on any manned mission and will join the ranks of about 500 people who have been to space.

Manipur youth develops robot that communicates in English, identifies and picks electronics
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Manipur youth develops robot that communicates in English, identifies and picks electronics

Irom Roshan could not graduate due to financial constraint and worked for nearly two years to develop the robot.

The future of soft robots depend on materials that conduct electricity, sense damage, self-heal
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The future of soft robots depend on materials that conduct electricity, sense damage, self-heal

The concept of embodied intelligence describes a system of materials that are interconnected, like tendons in the knee.

Terminally-ill roboticist on his way to becoming the world's first full cyborg
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Terminally-ill roboticist on his way to becoming the world's first full cyborg

Scott-Morgan has announced the end of 'Peter 1.0' and the start of his life as a cyborg.

Paralysed man can now walk with the help of a brain controlled exoskeleton
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Paralysed man can now walk with the help of a brain controlled exoskeleton

The clinic used a system of sensors implanted near his brain to send messages to move all four of his paralyzed limbs.

Tata Steel creates a culture and ecosystem of innovation, ushering India into the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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Tata Steel creates a culture and ecosystem of innovation, ushering India into the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Tata Steel works closely with the government and regulators to shape and drive policies for economic and environmental sustainability.

The robotics and AI revolution will, like climate change, disrupt life as we know it; what future will it herald for humans?
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The robotics and AI revolution will, like climate change, disrupt life as we know it; what future will it herald for humans?

A future in which automatons do most of work as we know it is nigh. Since work is either physical or mental, and the automatons will increasingly be capable of both, it will be difficult if not impossible for most humans to move to a higher niche in the job market.

Scientists have developed a robotic arm that can taste for chemicals using bacteria
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Scientists have developed a robotic arm that can taste for chemicals using bacteria

Soft robotics uses lightweight, flexible and soft materials to create machines that match the versatility of living things.

Facebook is working on AI that will be trained using self-learning methods
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Facebook is working on AI that will be trained using self-learning methods

Facebook's new AI will help robots teach themselves through trial and error and will have human-like curiosity.

Facebook's AI division FAIR is now reportedly experimenting with robotics
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Facebook's AI division FAIR is now reportedly experimenting with robotics

Facebook's FAIR engineers are working alongside computer scientists from New York University.

AI that sees like humans do may be the future of automated search & rescue robots
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AI that sees like humans do may be the future of automated search & rescue robots

The scientists are trying to develop the system into a robot to help in search and rescue in the future.

Sucker for walls: Soft robot inspired by leeches can grip, climb up walls like a pro
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Sucker for walls: Soft robot inspired by leeches can grip, climb up walls like a pro

Someday, it could prove useful for everything from inspecting buildings to search & rescue missions.

Robots inspired by animals to be foot-soldiers in South Korea's military by 2024
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Robots inspired by animals to be foot-soldiers in South Korea's military by 2024

USA and China are already making headways in this field and South Korea wants a piece of the pie.

These are six things robots on the daily that you most probably didn't know about
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These are six things robots on the daily that you most probably didn't know about

While you might not come in contact with robots every day, they play background roles in many fields.

Donald Trump turns up pressure on China; threatens to hike tariffs on $200 bn Chinese goods
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Donald Trump turns up pressure on China; threatens to hike tariffs on $200 bn Chinese goods

Donald Trump has portrayed his tariffs as a moneymaker for the United States and a benefit to the US economy