A 2.6g muscle built by the team was able to lift a 6.6 pound object—the equivalent of a mallard lifting a car.
“The future is coming right at us, and honest to goodness, I just think everybody listening to you should be demanding that public officials start coming up with some approaches to how we’re going to protect human beings and our lives from this," said Clinton.
Take a look at the Wall-E of Fukushima.
Fedor can already fire guns, lift weights and drive in a straight line.
The Senate Republican tax plan encourages employers to replace workers with robots.
I, Robot could be closer than we think.
This robotic dog could be your new best friend. But there's a catch.
Robots could be used after earthquakes in search and rescue operations.
The VR system could help employ jobless videogamers by “game-ifying” manufacturing positions.
A $100,000 prize will be shared out among the winning robots.
A professor at Ben-Gurion University in Israel is developing a tiny robot that will be able to crawl through the intestinal tract.