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  1. Shape-Shifting Robots Built from Smaller Robots

    ... Researchers have taken a new approach to developing robots—using smaller robots known as “smarticles” to unlock the principles of a potentially new ...

  2. Study Finds Robots Could Someday Recognize Human Emotions

    ... A new study shows that robots could be taught to recognize human emotions from the way people move. ... expressions or hear their voice. The findings suggest robots could learn to use the same movements, along with facial expressions and ...

  3. Perception, Manipulation and Teaming Generate Army Robotics Achievements

    ... K. Ackerman Ten years of ARL research produces robots that can perform a variety of complex missions. ... Center (NREC) in Pittsburgh, as the ARL demonstrated several robots designed around Army battlefield needs. ARL Director Philip Perconti ...

  4. Through the Robot's Eyes

    ... ground vehicles to operate as Soldier teammates. To do that, robots must operate autonomously and be able to help a Soldier’s see into ...

  5. Robots Go Underground

    ... the CoStar Team, await to deploy additional ground robots into the coal mine tunnel on August 20 during DARPA's Subterranean ... combination of aerial drones and rugged four-wheeled ground robots into the mine to locate and identify items, scoring 25 of a possible 40 ...

  6. Crawling Robots on the Brain

    ... silicon chips, researchers can fabricate 1 million nanosized robots on a single chip. The robots may one day crawl around inside the body to collect data on the brain or ...

  7. Ant-Sized Robots Powered by Tiny Vibrations

    ... from a piezoelectric shaker beneath the surface on which the robots move, from an ultrasound/sonar source or even from a tiny acoustic ... Tags:  3D printer robots Nanotechnology Georgia Tech News Briefs ...

  8. Mastering Microbes for Army Solutions

    ... this technology is really taking off,” she notes. “The robots give us the precision that we need, and they can run samples over and ...

  9. Mind Control of Machines Isn't Brain Surgery Any More

    ... Cobra Gold 2016 in Thailand. Future warfighters may control robots, drones and cybersecurity systems with their brains without having neuro ... a system could improve brain control of unmanned vehicles, robots, cybersecurity systems and mechanical prosthetics while also improving ...

  10. Intelligence Technology Is a Double-Edged Sword

    ... their use by adversaries, he offers. Many foes are using robots for a growing number of applications in their militaries, and the U.S. ... that’s good for us,” he points out. Conversely, U.S. robots must be protected from enemy action. However, new technologies ...

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