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Georgia Tech Exposed: Producing High Tech Weapons for DARPA, Complicit With War Crimes

By Cassius Kamarampi | Era of Wisdom

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) is part of the United States military industrial complex. The academic institution is granted… 276 more words


India-Born MIT Scientist Wins a $500,000 Prize for Invention - India Real Time - WSJ

India-born innovator and scientist Ramesh Raskar has been awarded a $500,000 prize, one of the world’s largest single cash awards that recognizes invention.

The annual… 399 more words

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EU-SPRI-NEWS] R&D evaluation Course 2016| University of Twente, BMS Faculty- department STePS on 28 November -1 December 2016

Dear Madam, Dear Sir,

The nineteen international four-day training on R&D Evaluation will be held on the campus of the University of Twente, the Netherlands on November 28 – December 1 2016. 245 more words


Walk like a man: Engineers create first two-legged robot that can stroll for five hours unplugged

The DURUS robot can walk more than a mile in man’s shoes. A pair of size 13 Adidas sneakers, to be specific.

Engineers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have tackled what they describe as a deceptively difficult challenge: developing a battery-powered robot that mimics the subtle complexity of the human footstep. 528 more words


Knock Knock: Dallas Police Used Robot With Bomb to Kill Ambush Suspect

Erik Ortiz reports: Police in Dallas used a robot with an explosive device to kill a suspect involved in a coordinated ambush against officers.

“We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. 309 more words
Crime & Corruption

Buentello signs with Detroit after being picked in 18th round

AUBURN – Niko Buentello’s college career is over.

The Auburn first baseman decided to sign with the Detroit Tigers Sunday night after franchise officials called him with an unspecified signing bonus offer. 323 more words

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