Robotic gripper displays soft touch with a twist

1 week ago — 0.5 min read

How many Robots does it take to change a lightbulb - just one thanks to Engineers in San Diego.

Meet the Robot with an Origami Exoskeleton

3 weeks ago — 1 min read

Engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed a simple robot which can fold its ‘exoskeletons’ to roll, float on water, glide or walk. Butterflies sprout wings and hermit...

This brick laying Robot can work 500% faster than humans

6 months ago — 0.5 min read

In a few months SAM (Semi-Automated Mason) will be coming to the UK. SAM is able to lay 3,000 bricks per day, four times faster than a human.

STAT announces the most innovative idea of 2016 – A prosthetic arm that can ‘feel’

6 months ago — 1 min read

Born to Engineer favourite STAT has just announced the winner of its "most innovative idea" poll that pitted 32 innovative discoveries published in peer-reviewed journals last year against one another...

#automationrevolution The rise of the intelligent automated workforce

6 months ago — 3.5 min read

Robot revolution Losing jobs to technology is nothing new. Since the industrial revolution, roles that were once exclusively performed by humans have been slowly but steadily replaced by some form...

#automationrevolution Artificial Brains – Will the quest to build sentient machines result in minds like our own?

7 months ago — 7 min read

Human minds are only one example of mind on earth. So what are those other minds really like? It is often talked about as the ultimate prize of artificial intelligence:...