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This chain-smoking robot is taking one for the team.

Researchers at the WYSS Institute at Harvard University developed a robot whose only task is smoking cigarettes. The smoke then goes through a tiny chip, lined with living human cells, that is used to study the effects of smoking on our lungs.  Read more…More about Mashable Video, Robot, Smoking, Harvard, and Cancer Research Powered by...CONTINUE READING
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Madeline Gannon is known as the “robot tamer” — she teaches giant industrial monsters to follow her every command

For Madeline Gannon, robots are not inanimate objects – they’re creatures. Creatures that can lend people powers, like super strength and speed.  Gannon works with giant, often dangerous, industrial robots, giving them eyesight and teaching them about their physical surroundings. Just as humans can learn from robots, robots can learn from us. Read more…More about...CONTINUE READING
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Danger! People are thirsting over the robot from ‘Lost In Space’

If people can thirst over the Venom trailer, this shouldn’t come as a shock. Folks are frothing over the robot from Netflix’s reboot of Lost in Space, played by Brian Steele — and Netflix is absolutely owning it. SEE ALSO: It’s okay if ‘Shape of Water’ made you horny When the show’s protagonists, the Robinson...CONTINUE READING
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‘Westworld’ puts very realistic robot in a pub, people are suitably creeped out

Some PR stunts are far more elaborate than the rest. SEE ALSO: The creators of ‘Westworld’ trolled their fans spectacularly In the run up to Westworld Season 2, NOW TV put an “an ultra-realistic” robot named “Fred” in a London pub. He took three months to build with Engineered Arts, but Fred engaged pub-goers in...CONTINUE READING
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