Robotics

 
Ready, steady, navigate AI – like a dung beetle
Ready, steady, navigate AI – like a dung beetle
Have you ever wondered why dung beetles don’t get lost, even when navigating vast expanses backwards?
South Africa is caught in the global hype of the fourth industrial revolution
South Africa is caught in the global hype of the fourth industrial revolution
South Africa is caught up in the global hype of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). This is distracting it from the unfinished business of...
Robo-cases to roll travellers into the future
Robo-cases to roll travellers into the future
Self-driving cars may take a while to arrive, but the self-driving suitcase is here now.
The continent enters the Robot Age
The continent enters the Robot Age
Science fiction writers predicted robots. They didn’t predict that they would look so boring. At the Africa Automation Fair in Johannesburg this...
Versatile ‘cockroach’ robots to the rescue
Versatile ‘cockroach’ robots to the rescue
Search and rescue missions of the future could be led by a horde of robot cockroaches, with United States researchers developing a mechanical...
Domo arigato, Mr Roboto
Domo arigato, Mr Roboto
For more than a century science fiction writers have been dreaming of robots intelligent and adaptable enough to pass as human. And the...
When the drones go dancing
When the drones go dancing
We don't often get a chance to test the future before it arrives, and sometimes we don't believe it when it's demonstrated before our eyes. In the...

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