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Robots4Autism


RoboKind robots are created with unparalleled technology that produces the most lifelike robots in the world. Meet Zeno R-25! He is a revolutionary humanoid robot that engages children faster than traditional therapy and intrinsically motivates them to learn. The goal is to augment traditional therapy by improving a child’s ability to use social behaviors in natural contexts now and into adulthood.

 

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Hack the Arduino Robot!


RobotChallenge is an international championship for self-made, autonomous, and mobile robots taking place in Vienna (Austria) since 2004. Each year robots compete in different competitions – Robot Sumo, Line Follower, Air Race, Humanoid Sprint, Puck Collect and Freestyle . This year RobotChallenge in cooperation with Arduino and RS Components presents a new open source competition called:  ”Hack the Arduino Robot!”.

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CUBESTORMER 3 Smashes Rubik’s Cube Speed Record


The ARM-Powered CUBESTORMER 3 robot has smashed the Guinness World Record for solving a Rubik's cube, recording a time of 3.253 seconds at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham, UK.

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Samantha — Just Another Pretty Voice?


May 2014
By Bryan Bergeron

The AI named Samantha in the sci-fi movie, HER is the latest attempt by the film industry to depict the possibilities of human-computer interaction and bonding. The concept of human bonding to a computer, robot, or other machine isn’t new — sci-fi writers have been exploring the issue since at least the early ’50s. Then, there’s the classic Eliza psychotherapist program from the ’60s, and the bonding between user and the ubiquitous cell phone. Still, the film has value in reminding us of what makes a good computer/robot/phone-human interface, and what doesn’t.

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