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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

MIT's Cheetah 3 is very light on its feet, it can now "leap and gallop across rough terrain, climb a staircase littered with debris, and quickly recover its balance when suddenly yanked or shoved," all while it doesn't have cameras to track its surro

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, Paul Ridden

Back in March, the first Tokyo 2020 Robot Project helpers were revealed. Now Toyota has pulled back the curtain on its full line-up, with mascot bots, full-sized humanoids and field support bots joining the delivery and human support robots already a

Article Image News Link • Global, Michael Irving

The human brain is still a far more powerful computer than anything it itself has created so far. It's no wonder then that engineers have recently focused on trying to emulate the structure of the brain with artificial synapses.

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Paul Rosenberg (Freeman's Perspective) on his latest Parallel Society Newsletter on A Clear and Compelling Vision - Tim Picciott (Crypto Self Direct; The Liberty Advisor; Wealth Manager @ Innovative Advisory Group) gives The Economic Report

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durdan

Several key members of Tesla's Autopilot team have left the company together after CEO Elon Musk expressed unhappiness with the progress in developing fully automated driving capabilities, according to The Information. Musk is also reportedly upset t

Article Image News Link • Global

Researchers have accomplished a groundbreaking new technological feat by developing the first-ever successful mind-controlled robotic arm exhibiting the ability to continuously track and follow a computer cursor controlled by one's thoughts.