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OceanOne Is The Humanoid Robotic Diver That Just Revolutionized Deep-Sea Archeology 

Controlled remotely by deep-sea archeologist Oussama Khatib, OceanOne is able to send him live haptic feedback, essentially feeling what the robot “feels.”

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Hilton hotel chain powers robot concierge with IBM Watson

The Hilton Worldwide hotel chain is trialling a robotic concierge service – powered by IBM’s Watson cognitive computing technology – to assist front desk staff in its hotels. 398 more words

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The Girl In The Corner

Once upon a time she had been called Chiquitta, and once upon a time there had been a family in the house. But they had gone now, and she had felt a little comforted knowing that she wasn’t the only one in her position. 529 more words

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Robot surgeon performs first soft-tissue operation by itself

Its name is STAR. And on Wednesday, scientists reported that the Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot could stitch together separate pieces of the bowel in pigs, the first time a surgical robot has completed a portion of an operation in living soft tissue without human guidance. 67 more words

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Robot surgeon outperforms human colleagues doing same procedure — TechCrunch

It’s another victory for the machines: a robotic surgical system outperformed humans and robot-assisted human operators in a soft tissue procedure, bringing us that much closer to automated medical care (and the robocalypse).

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Robot surgeon outperforms human colleagues doing same procedure

It’s another victory for the machines: a robotic surgical system outperformed humans and robot-assisted human operators in a soft-tissue procedure, bringing us that much closer to automated medical care (and the… 424 more words

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The Systemic Impacts of Uncontrolled Automation

Let me ask you an elementary question — What will happen to our country’s infrastructure if we uncontrollably automate our macro systems and ignore our local needs, including our need to hire human beings so they can pay taxes and fix the roads especially here in the city of Jackson, Mississippi. 477 more words

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