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    Quote Originally Posted by AgnusDei View Post
    Have you noticed that Massive Dynamics from "Fringe" could be a tribute to Boston Dynamics ?
    I'm not sure what you mean, could you give a link to the "Fringe" to read about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hope View Post
    Robots help absent fans support their team.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-28484536
    Lol, as fan of robotics, this is the last application for robot I would chose. But for our kids growing up with cheering robots this might be very normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean, could you give a link to the "Fringe" to read about?
    http://fringe.wikia.com/wiki/Massive_Dynamic

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgnusDei View Post
    They have very cool prostetics and are very concentrated on 3D printing.
    http://www.massivedynamicsinc.com/le...areholders.php

    They seem to do some revolutionary things in these fields, however when I checked their stock status something weird came up. In the memo about company you posted it says that Massive Dynamics is worth 50 billion dollars, but their stock price is at 0.03 dollars, and market capitalization at 1.3 million. It means a very small and very risky business.

    http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/...e-dynamics-inc


    Is there something fishy going on with this company?
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    As far as I know Massive Dynamic is a, fictional company, government contractor located in Boston .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgnusDei View Post
    As far as I know Massive Dynamic is a, fictional company, government contractor located in Boston .
    I don't think they have anything to do with Boston Dynamic. Recently Boston Dynamics was bought by Google.

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    Robot catches flying objects. Superior hand-eye coordination. It was never done before!

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    Schaft, the rescue robot in training.

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    Robot Brain..learns from internet and will be able to answer queries from other robots. I`m not sure about it doing too much research via YouTube however...

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-28936436

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    Quote Originally Posted by hope View Post
    Robot Brain..learns from internet and will be able to answer queries from other robots. I`m not sure about it doing too much research via YouTube however...

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-28936436
    That's really amazing Hope, thanks.

    One of the puzzles, how to program robot to perform many tasks and new tasks, seems to be solved thanks to great depository of Youtube videos of "how to" kind. Later robots themselves can teach other robots via wifi and internet, or go to this mama Robo Brain for info. It is a bit scary scenario, lol, as robots will be linked by sort of common knowledge, not to say consciousness.

    PS. I have to confess I'm frequent user of this Youtube manuals, as I'm a handy many on steroids, lol.

    This includes the ability to recognise chairs, and understand how items such as microwaves and umbrellas are used.
    The researchers say Robo Brain is not just capable of recognising objects, but of understanding how they are used, as well as more complex concepts - including human language and behaviour.
    For example, it can recognise objects such as mugs, and understand what a mug is used for and how it is carried.
    It is also able to recognise when someone is watching television, and knows not to get in the way.
    Ashutosh Saxena, of Cornell University, one of the researchers behind the project, said the idea was to create a huge repository of information that robots could call on to perform tasks around the house or at work.
    "If a robot encounters a situation it hasn't seen before, it can query Robo Brain in the cloud," he said.
    Experts believe robots may be available in homes within 10 years, with robot vacuum cleaners and lawnmowers among the devices already available.
    More humanoid robots, able to assist disabled or elderly people, are now being developed.
    Researchers are increasingly looking to develop central repository stores of information to power these robots.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-28936436

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    It is a bit scary scenario, lol, as robots will be linked by sort of common knowledge, not to say consciousness.
    I was thinking the same.
    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    I have to confess I'm frequent user of this Youtube manuals, as I'm a handy many on steroids,
    Well I have to agree as a fellow "How to.." YouTube user. I was thinking more about other stuff on YouTube, but of course Robot Brian will probably not be accessing all YT, so no problem.
    Handy man on steroids..that`s definitely going to get you in good books at home...

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    New and improved dog fully electric. It really moves awesome!

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    Pepper is ready to entertain your kids:
    https://youtu.be/lqlyxg1-gE0
    http://spectrum.ieee.org/robotics/ho...d-robot-pepper

    I wish it had legs, but otherwise it is very smooth in motion.

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    This is light industrial robot from a box. Everybody can buy it. It is programmable by showing the robot how you want it to do the job. Could be employed in garage type small business manufacturing. Only 22,000 thousand dollars. Less than cost of equivalent human worker for a year.
    Meet Baxeter:



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    New addition to Boston Dynamics family:

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    Interesting presentation of recent works by Boston Dynamics.

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    Boston Dynamics impresses again.


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    Toyota presented its new T-HR3 robot, which is getting increasingly like a human in its abilities and dexterity. It can feel the objects it manipulates, so as not to apply too much pressure. It is designed to carry, for example, elderly people in homes, without hurting them.

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    Its range of movement allows it to play almost any sport. It demonstrates here its moves for basement, football and karate, among others.


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtBa9yVZBJM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLVCGEmkJs0

    I was lucky enough to tour one of Amazon's warehouses as it was being built and was able to see the floor with the sensors for the robots as they were being installed. It really is amazing to watch. But, during last Christmas season, the humans outpaced the robots in their ability to fulfill orders.

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    Humanoid robots are becoming agile enough to do push-ups and play sports.


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    ROBOTS

    Each and every footstep towards robotics-and- automation is to bring ease for humans in doing jobs. Especially the repetitive jobs.

    So far companies and manufacturers around the globe has come up with different genesis of ROBOTS, for different purposes.
    Robots will help humans to complete the most dangerous jobs with ease. Mining, excavations, Border patrolling along the most dangerous international borders, etc. are some areas where we can use robots for the easiness of human.

    Usage of robots will reduce the victims or casualities from unexpected accidents from the work sites.

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