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Robot Ethics

Edited by Patrick Lin, Keith Abney and George A. Bekey his volume contains thought provoking essays and scholarly discussion of how society and ethics may change as a result of emerging robotics technologies. Topics range from the possibility of programming ethics into robots to the ethical …

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The Master Switch

by Tim Wu “Smartphones are turning into robots…” This is a wonderful book if you are interested in the history of information technology, and it includes a well-articulated history of the internet—the origin of its protocols, the growth of the world wide web and where we may …

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The Robotics Primer

by Maja Mataric As I page through Robot magazine and marvel at the advances being made at pioneering universities, I’ve often wished I could take off from my day job and study at one of them. What would it be like to sit in on “Introduction …

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Dongbu Hovis Lite Videos

Collected and Produced by Lem Fugitt www.robots-dreams.com

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Parallax Robotics & Microcontrollers Expo

Produced by Rebekka and David Dorhout Paintball Gatling Gun vs Quad Chopter Microsoft Main Presention on Eddie Robot Ken Gracy’s Gas/Electric Hybrid Robot Jeff – Intro to UPEW Eddie Robot Demo Flame Bot Chip and Beau on Propeller 2 chip $25K Medical Contest Team 3509 Robot …

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Innorobo 2012

Innorobo 2012. Innorobo has been described as the most prestigious European robotics event and one of the top showcases of automation, unmanned systems and robots worldwide. The July-August 2012 Issue of Robot magazine included a feature story by Philippe Kervizic on page 48. To see a …

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NASA Science Programs Point to Career Opportunities

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Vex Robotics World Championship

Five Galleries and a Movie Capture the 2012 VEX Worlds! This group of five Photo Galleries represents some of the incredible action, and the amazing people, who participated in the most recent VEX World Championships held at the spacious Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California April …

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iCUB Dexterous Humanoid

. . . . . . . iCub manipulates objects and learns to recognize them iCub improves accuracy shooting arrows

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Lego Mindstorms Educational Base Kit – Videos

. . . . . . . Rubik’s Cube Solvers Instructions and code for a LEGO Segway with Rider www.nxtprograms.com/NXT2/segway/index.html Video of a LEGO Segway with Rider Instructions and code for the Line Follower shown in the July-August 2012 issue of Robot www.nxtprograms.com/line_follower/steps.html Line following demo

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Arduino For the Parallax Boe-Bot

The Arduino controller has been the hottest item in the world of embedded controllers for hobbyists over the last few years. This article is a review of Parallax's new Arduino Board of Education (BOE) Shield for their Boe-Bot robot. With this shield you can now control the Boe-Bot with an Arduino! Note: “Shield” is the name given to daughter cards that plug into an Arduino controller board.

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U.S. Air Force partners with Utah State University

Air Force partners with Utah State University using VEX Robotics and intelitek curriculum to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education A new initiative for bringing robotics into the classroom to teach STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) topics is gaining momentum in Utah. A …

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The Aldebaran NAO Next Gen humanoid Used in Education

The Aldebaran NAO Next Gen humanoid is used in a wide variety of markets for teaching, therapy, research and entertainment. Click here to see the NAO Next Gen being used by students. Aldebaran NAO Next Gen, College: Aldebaran NAO Next Gen, STEM Ed in K-12 Schools:

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