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The Wide-Eyed Robot Teaching Deaf Children to Communicate | WIRED
What’s interesting about the developing infant mind is that natural language, no matter if it’s spoken or signed, stimulates the same areas of the brain.
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3 days ago by seaugust
Review: Ohmni, a Telepresence Robot for the Rest of Your Family - IEEE Spectrum
If you place an order now, the pricing is US $1,499, and we’re told that you can expect your robot to ship in January. There are no subscription fees.
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San Francisco bans delivery robots from public sidewalks
The ruling isn’t without its critics. The restrictions have been decried as excessive by some who worry they’ll slow down development of such technologies. Some have suggested that San Francisco’s decision has more to do with protecting delivery jobs than it does with protecting the public from robot-based hazards.
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Gomer is a soft robot that can bother your cat | TechCrunch
The robot is called Gomer and it’s available now on Indiegogo. The little robot had an expressive face and a big claw on top. You can play games with Gomer – my kids liked keep-away in which the robot steals a box and then tries to run away from you – or you can train him to pick up objects or explore his surroundings.
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3 days ago by seaugust
Fetch Robotics picks up $25M in funding for collaborative warehouse robots
The San Jose, California-based company is one of the leaders of a new army of “collaborative robots” that work closely alongside humans — in Fetch’s case, mostly in warehouses, factories and distribution centers run by logistics companies such as DHL International GmbH (video below).
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Wandelbots wants to reinvent the way we program robots
So what does Wandelbots actually do? Its first product is a sensor-laden suit that a person can wear to demonstrate actions so that a robot can then replicate what they do. Basically, it’s a system through which robots can “learn” what they need to without requiring that the person “teaching” them be an experienced robotics programmer.
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