- Robotics, automation play a big role in Gartner's top 10 predictions | Computerworld
Machines will replace more writers, and by 2018, 2 million workers will be required to wear health monitors
- Finding perfection in the imperfect: Applying Darwinian neuro-evolution to robotics | Robohub
- Why robots will not be smarter than humans by 2029 | Robohub
- Farms of the Future Will Run on Robots and Drones — NOVA Next | PBS
- Opinion: Why robots are ready for takeoff - CNN.com
- Économie numérique : Robots, le retour | Lois des réseaux
- Cheetah, le robot qui court plus vite qu’Usain Bolt | Big Browser
- Un robot à quatre pattes bat un record de vitesse
- Toyota’s Robot Violinist Wows Crowd At Shanghai Expo 2010 (Video) | Singularity Hub
- ITworld.com - Nissan adds a robot helper to its concept car
- BBC NEWS | Technology | Robot unravels mystery of walking
Roboticists are using the lessons of a 1930s human physiologist to build the world's fastest walking robot.
- Invasion of the DIY Robots
- Une colonie de cafards domptée par un mini-robot
- Lego Mindstorms
Développé au MIT pour Lego, le Robotic Invention System n'est pas un robot, mais plutôt un ensemble de pièces pour construire des robots comme dans la philosophie LEGO.
- Cognition, Robotics, and Learning (CORAL) Lab Home
Research in the Cognition, Robotics, and Learning (CORAL) lab seeks to understand how artificial systems can acquire grounded knowledge from sensori-motor interaction with their environment that enables cognitive activities like natural language communication and planning.
- In a Wired South Korea, Robots Will Feel Right at Home - New York Times
South Korea, the world's most wired country, is rushing to turn what sounds like science fiction into everyday life. The government, which succeeded in getting broadband Internet into 72 percent of all households in the last half decade, has marshaled an army of scientists and business leaders to make robots full members of society.
- Lego Mindstorms no kids' toy | CNET News.com
A sophisticated and open-ended robot development kit masquerading as a kid's toy.
- Dartmouth News - Dartmouth researchers build world's smallest mobile robot
A machine that measures 60 micrometers by 250 micrometers. It integrates power delivery, locomotion, communication, and a controllable steering system.