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The 'waggle dance' inspired by bees helped create a new robotic language The waggle dance used by bees to communicate where pollen is located has inspired a new motion-based robotics language. This month's Frontiers in Robotics and AI study demonstrated the

Scientists are transforming dead spiders into robots, a process that can be recognized as 'necrobotics' Arachnophobia is a fear of spiders that is excessive or irrational. It is usually treated with exposure therapy, in which a person is shown pictures and

Robots with feelings are delicate to manage. Smile, it will smile back and hurt, it will hurt back! Robots! Nowadays, when we hear this term, we are not imagining different kinds of movie robots anymore. We have embraced the functions of

World-renowned chefs are in danger as versatile cooking robots are taking over restaurant kitchens!ย  Numerous sectors, including some very unexpected ones, are seeing significant advancements in robotics. Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Wuhan University (WHU), and the

South Korean factories are forced to use robots in their factories for a strange reason! Traditional jobs are being taken over by digital workers or robots in the age of digital transformation, and this change is occurring across various sectors and

Researchers have developed twisted robots that are capable of navigating through complex environments without any help Researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Pennsylvania have developed soft and twisted robots that are capable of navigating complex environments, such

WiFi can actually make robots our friendlier family by helping them navigate better indoors. Engineers from the University of California, San Diego, have created a low-cost, low-power device to assist robots in properly mapping their path indoors, even in low-light conditions