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Robots Among Us

The future always promised us robots that would walk, talk and think like us. So, where are they?

Natural Born Automatons: Next-Gen Robots Take Cues from Biology

How a new generation of robots is taking its inspiration from the natural world (and helping biologists learn more about it)

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Can Robots Be Programmed to Learn from Their Own Experiences?

Researchers program robots to see if they can learn a very human trait: common sense

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Analyzing What Robots Tell Us About Human Nature: A Q&A with Will Wright

You don't truly appreciate the complexity of life until you try to reverse engineer and recreate it, he says

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Rise of the Machines: RoboGames Gears Up for 2009 [Slide Show]

The world's biggest open robotics competition showcases martial and creative arts, from mechanized kung fu to cyber painting and bartending

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