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We all know Japan has a love affair with technology. It's beginning to get a little concerning. Well, not really, but still. With the help of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory at Osaka University, two one-act plays are going to be perfomed in the US that feature human and robotic actors.
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Laziness just got take to a whole new level- of awesomeness! Check out this parking garage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the most advanced in the country. Using an automated system, the garage parks and retrieves cars in a robotic, below-ground garage. Watch more Daily Comebacks here.
OMG is it ATM Prom Queen Elections or something? Geez, relax. We'll have a happy day. Just calm down. Dang!
You know what's probably behind that door, don't you? But, Beth makes a great point. Who needs this robot when a cat will do just fine.
Blade Runner, Knight Rider, Wall-E... all of them, awesome. And GE knows that. So they've rolled out this new campaign that highlights just how cool they are.
Mind-controlled robots are being developed by researchers in Japan. The robot's primary function will be to assist paraplegics. Steven and Beth have a different theory though.
Check out this awesome, newly developed called Bounce Imaging Explorer. The technology was developed for first responders to emergency situations. RightThisMinute talked Bounce Imaging developers Francisco Aguilar and David Young to find out more about the product.
Today, they can dance to Gangnam Style. Tomorrow, they take over the world.
Meet Baxter. Baxter is a robot that can do a lot. Let's find out how he works.
You thought punk rock was dead, but it's coming back in a big way! Four arms and a mohawk to boot!
One inventor believes that robots should have a bigger place in the kitchen, so he developed a noodle-cutting robo-helper. Needless to say, it freaks Steven out.... to the max!
Next, a Russian fellow shows us a quick trick to peel a hard-boiled egg.
Now this is something worth watching! Watch as this robot gets down with some Bee Gee's, you will be amazed.
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