Turn dead spiders into ‘zombie robots’

Turn dead spiders into 'zombie robots'

Engineers revived dead spiders by turning them into mechanical grippers – Photo: DREAMS TIME In a study published in the journal Advanced Science, engineering team said they were able to control the legs of a dead spider with air currents. …

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Ski robots can compete with athletes

Ski robots can compete with athletes

Shanghai Jiaotong University (China) has just developed a 6-legged robot with outstanding skiing ability. According to Xinhua News Agency, in early January 2022, the robot passed many skiing tests on racetracks in Liaoning province. The robot’s appearance looks like a …

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Afraid of COVID-19, China increased robots to serve the Olympics

Afraid of COVID-19, China increased robots to serve the Olympics

Robot serving noodles at Beijing Olympics – Video: SCMP Since the beginning of January 2022, China has applied strict COVID-19 prevention measures to prepare for the Winter Olympics in Beijing (Beijing Olympics) next February. During the Beijing Olympics, athletes, reporters …

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Robots in Germany go to school to replace sick students

Robots in Germany go to school to replace sick students

Robots replace students to study – Photo: REUTERS Follow Reuters, the project is an initiative funded by the local council in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf district of Berlin (Germany). Simone Martinangeli, Joshua’s mother, said Joshua could not go to school due to …

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Israel trains goldfish to control robots

Israel trains goldfish to control robots

Israeli researchers train goldfish to control vehicle robots – Photo: THE TIMES OF ISRAEL According to the newspaper Daily Mail (UK), the robot controlled by a goldfish is composed of a water tank, a camera and computer mounted on a …

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Warning about the risk of criminals using killer robots

American professor warns of the risk of criminals using killer robots

Professor Tegmark believes that drug cartels can use robots and killer drones to carry out unstoppable murders. In an interview with Next Web published on December 21, professor Max Tegmark of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) warned of a …

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