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In the US, the pandemic accelerates the process of replacing some human jobs with machines. Which? To tell us this is a Fed report.
There is a lot of materials needed for technology lying on the seabed. A job for underwater mining robots?
A research team has developed electronic skin that reacts to pain just like human skin.
A Japanese startup fully embraces the vision of an automatic supermarket, with shop assistants working remotely through robotic avatars.
A whole new approach allows RoBeetle, a nature-inspired microbot, to walk for over two hours without any kind of electric battery and no cables.
Fewer contacts, more privacy: the Capsix robot massager (and his counterpart from the University of Plymouth) promise discreet and safe domestic relaxation. But are they ready?
There is only one thing worse than weeds: the pesticides used to eliminate them. Greenfield deploys weed-fighting robots to avoid pesticides. What are they doing? Hoe.
It has no ambition to replace humans, but only to help them. The researcher robot doesn't even want to look like him. It has more than one task, though. And it does it great.