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Workplace Mechanization Is The Next Frontier Of The Robot Revolution

For decades, robots and humans have worked separately from one another on factory floors as a matter of safety. Now, however, companies like GM and BMW are looking to close the gap between man and machine. They're looking to create integrated work-spaces, where robots and humans can work in tandem.

Americans Spent Over Twenty Billion Dollars On Video Games This Year

If any of you still doubt the legitimacy of the games industry...I've some news. According to research released by NewZoo, gamers spent over $20.5 billion on video games this year in the States. That's pretty huge, no?

Stop Hurting Your Back - Use Home Cargo Lifts To Move Objects Between Floors

Whether you live in a house with more than one floor or in an apartment inside a building with several floors, you almost certainly experienced the (literal) pains of moving heavy objects from one floor to another. Not only it can be dangerous, it also demands a lot of physical effort which, in the long term, can cause irreversible damages to one's health. Fortunately there is a way to avoid all this - let's meet the truly helpful home cargo lifts.

Google's Robot Army: A Look At The Google Boston Dynamics Buyout

Google today acquired Boston Dynamics, one of the worlds foremost developers of advanced robotics. This marks the eighth robotics company Google's purchased in six months, and a clear indication that the search giant has some very significant plans. Hopefully, those don't involve world conquest.

When The Robots Take Our Jobs, It Might Actually Be A Good Thing

One of the greatest concerns facing the modern robotics industry is the notion that, eventually, robots might replace human laborers in many positions, leading to a huge job shortage. According to Paul Krugman, this might actually be a good thing.

Wait, what? 

Win A Set Of High End DIY Goods Via The “Build My Lab Contest”

Tekla Labs and Instructables have teamed up to present the Build My Lab Contest, where they are hoping for brilliant DIY’ers to create helpful lab equipment that real scientists can use, as well as creative “Lab Hacks” to make their jobs easier. You know you want that Dremel Kit!

IBM's Watson Supercomputer Is Now A Software Developer

IBM's Watson supercomputer is now open to the public. Well, sort of. The manufacturer this week announced that its cognitive computing system will very soon serve as a cloud-based development platform, helping programmers create software with its 'cognitive computing intelligence.'

MIT's "M-Blocks" Could Be The First Step Towards A Robot Uprising

MIT is at it again. This time, researchers have developed something known as an "M-Block." Basically, they're tiny magnetic cubes that can move on their own and permanently stick together. In other words...they're the first step towards self-constructing robots.

Awesome, right? 

 

Build A Special Centerpiece For The Concrete In Design Contest!

ITALCEMENTI, ALESSI and LPWK Design Studio have partnered up to find a designer who can take their innovative mortar mixture and create a brilliant centerpiece with it to become a mass produced product!

Never Again Worry About Scratches On Your Car With This Self-Healing Paint

Most of us already went through the (horrible) experience of noticing a scratch in our car's paint. Whether we hit a wall opening our door, inadvertently got a scratch by passing to close to a tree's branch, or someone bad intentioned made a scratch on purpose, it always feels bad - specially cause it looks bad. Fortunately, an innovation made by a Brazilian Institute is likely to put an end to this issue.