Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.
Weeds are a plague for small and large farmers, especially organic ones. An autonomous robot promises to "finish" them all.
A robot bartender capable of mixing hundreds of combinations of liqueurs, soft drinks, beer and prosecco advances in orders and sales.
A robot with a tail? So far loser idea: heavier and more expensive. Then the Carnegie researchers started studying a cat, the cheetah, and the game changed.
Underwater robotics is taking giant steps, indeed: it crawls quickly. Carnegie Mellon's latest snake robot improves visibly.
Until now, wearable robotics (exoskeletons and other ancillary devices) were only manual. Now we are studying how to make it autonomous.
Pennsylvania is the XNUMXth US state to legally consider autonomous delivery robots as pedestrians. Am I ahead? Yes, but maybe it's early.
Robotics advances in every field and undermines human work. The latest threat comes from flocks of fruit-picking drones.