All posts tagged with Science
05/30/2017 / By Earl Garcia

The construction industry workforce is poised to face potential job losses in the near future as researchers from the Massachusetts Institute

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-30-job-killer-mit-robot-can-print-a-building-in-14-hours.html

05/29/2017 / By Russel Davis

A report by investment advisory firm Cornerstone Capital Group revealed that nearly half of all retail workers in the U.S.

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-29-7-million-retail-jobs-will-be-lost-in-the-coming-years-warns-alarming-report.html

05/21/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A recent report by the Robotic Industries Association (RIA) revealed that current developments designed to make robots smaller and cheaper has led

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-21-american-workers-beware-robots-are-getting-cheaper-human-labor.html

05/19/2017 / By Ethan Huff

Researchers from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago and the South Texas College of Law are attempting to make

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-19-skynet-judges-will-human-judges-be-replaced-by-ai-court-computers.html

05/09/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Artificial intelligence is set to replace 50 percent of all jobs in the next 10 years, renowned technologist Kai-Fu Lee predicted. In a

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-09-welcome-to-your-jobless-future-artificial-intelligence-will-replace-half-of-all-jobs-in-the-next-decade.html

05/03/2017 / By Earl Garcia

An artificial intelligence system designed to render pictures into the styles of famous children’s book illustrators did not turn out quite

http://www.robotics.news/2017-05-03-ai-system-built-to-draw-childrens-pictures-instead-produces-nightmarish-scenes-of-the-apocalypse.html

04/19/2017 / By Russel Davis

Toyota recently unveiled its Welwalk WW-1000 system designed to assist partially-paralyzed patients in walking. The robotic leg, developed in collaboration with the Fujita

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-19-toyota-announces-robotic-leg-welwalk-ww-1000-that-helps-paralyzed-people-walk.html

04/13/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Automation has led to the loss of 670,000 manufacturing jobs between 1990 and 2007, confirms a new report published in

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-13-just-one-robot-eliminates-six-jobs-analysis-finds-human-labor-rapidly-becoming-obsolete.html

04/07/2017 / By Earl Garcia
Robotics

New York-based Construction Robotics has developed a bricklaying robot that can build walls six times faster than a human worker. The

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-07-breakthrough-brick-laying-robot-to-put-millions-of-brick-layers-out-of-work.html

04/06/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Bill Kochevar, 56, was left paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident severely injured his spinal cord. In

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-06-medical-breakthrough-allows-paralyzed-man-to-move-his-hand-with-his-mind.html

04/04/2017 / By Ethan Huff

After successfully synthesizing artificial DNA strands from Baker’s yeast using nothing but laboratory equipment and human ingenuity, scientists working as

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-04-scientists-believe-they-will-make-synthetic-life-within-two-years.html

04/04/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Can robots write our news? Researchers from the Media Management and Transformation Center (MMTC) at Jönköping International Business School mean to

http://www.robotics.news/2017-04-04-linguists-now-working-to-replace-human-journalists-with-robots-that-can-write-all-the-news.html

03/23/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Today’s exploitation of nanotechnology may one day lead to the creation of mini-nuclear bombs and lethal robots the size of insects,

http://www.robotics.news/2017-03-23-nanoweapons-wipe-out-humanity-before-the-end-of-the-century-warns-futurist.html

03/20/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Monash University and Amaero Engineering have acquired one of the biggest metal 3D printers currently in production. The Xline 2000R metal

http://www.robotics.news/2017-03-20-3d-printing-of-metal-objects-achieves-stunning-breakthrough-entire-jet-engine-printed-in-metal.html