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Blue Prism to Join Discussion on Software Robots at 2015 Operational Agility Forum

Today, the Blue Prism team is happy to announce our participation in the 11th annual Operational Agility Forum, hosted by friends and partners at Sopra Steria on March 4, 2015. 115 more words

The thing with a swarm of robots

Yesterday I was at TedxWarwick and one of the talks was from a swarm roboticist from Bristol called Sabine Hauert (@sabinehauert). She was at a ‘breakout table’ at lunch with some of her little bots that communicate with each other and are ‘flashed’ (get new instructions) by IR. 125 more words

MeArm update - Work in progress.

Here’s an update of what we’ve been up to in the last 4 weeks of STEM club.

Team MeArm.

We initially built the excellent MeArm… 163 more words

Why you can't program intelligent robots, but you can train them

If it feels like we’re in the midst of robot renaissance right now, perhaps it’s because we are. There is a new crop of robots under development that we’ll soon be able to buy and install in our factories or interact with in our homes. 1,299 more words

The Roboraptor

article about Roboraptor toy robot here….


Dougie's Out......Out of Breath

Doug felt it was important to tell what he called “My Smoking Story”.  (It is edited for spelling and grammar.   To leave his writing as he wrote it would give you a chuckle or two, but it would also make your reading quite tedious; so I hope Doug forgives me for correcting his spelling and grammar).  4,107 more words

Consumer Electronics

[VIDEO] Rehab robot helps restore damaged muscles and nerves

Date: March 1, 2015

Source: Reuters – Innovations Video Online / Powered by NewsLook.com

Summary: A rehabilitation robot prototype to help restore deteriorated nerves and muscles using electromyography and computer games. 32 more words