Written by: Chris Johnson | Published: 02 October 2017
03 October, 2017
New report says robots and artificial intelligence ease the pressure on hard-pressed care providers by Mark Say Managing Editor Posted 28 Sept 2017 | Original
28 September, 2017
Materials provided by University of Vienna.  Posted here on 26 Sep 2017 | Note: Content may be edited for style and length. Summary:
28 September, 2017
By Evan Ackerman Posted here on 25 Sep 2017 | 19:26 GMT
28 September, 2017
by Mark Eltringham • Automation, News, Technology, Original Article
22 September, 2017
Scientists at The University of Manchester have created the world’s first ‘molecular robot’ that is capable of performing basic tasks including building other molecules. The tiny robots, which are a millionth of a millimetre in size, can be programmed to move and build molecular cargo, using a tiny...
21 September, 2017
This week the RSA publishes a new report looking at the potential impact of artificial intelligence and robotics on the workforce. What are these technologies? Will they lead to the mass automation of jobs? How are employers making use of them? And how can society prepare for a new machine age, in...
20 September, 2017
To help increase the connections between the UK research base and the Catapults, Research Councils UK* (RCUK) is supporting the development of new collaborations through research visits/residencies for university (and other eligible research organisations) academics to spend time embedded within...
19 September, 2017
Feasibility Studies – Second Call for Proposals Closing date: 29 September 2017 Background (Full information can be downloaded here).
31 August, 2017
It’s time to find out.Share your research for a chance to be published in Science Robotics.    Introducing Science RoboticsTake part in the excitement for the newest member of the Science family of journals. To promote research and development advances for robotics in all environments, Science...
09 August, 2017

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