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Dyson Vacuums to Make Robot Vacuums

Dyson Vacuums to Make Robot Vacuums
Dyson vacuums are to acquire robotic tendencies by making robot vacuums, thanks to the plans put into place by the company founder Sir James Dyson.
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From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies

From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies
The excerpt below comes from Forbes/Wolfe Emerging Technology Report’s recent full-length interview with Helen...
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Move aside Roomba, here comes Neato

Source: Stuff.tv

Consumer Robotic Vacuum Unveiled
Spinning discs are so early 2000's. The Neato gives you another way to annoy your pets while vacuuming ...
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CES 2014: 3D Cameras, Practical Robots and Wearable Tech

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Increasingly, Robots of All Sizes Are Human Workmates

Source: MIT Technology Review

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Even conventional industrial robots are becoming safer to work around, making them more likely to collaborate with humans.Most industrial robots are far less friendly than the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner, which is safe enough to be a surprisingly popular means of feline transportation. Industrial robots often sit behind metal fences, their mechanical arms a blur of terrific speed and precision; to prevent serious injury t ...
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Roomba-maker sees a future of laundry-washing robots

Source: Stuff.tv

In a world where we already have robot discs picking up our pet fur, iRobot sees a future where its popular Roombas might do more than provide us entertaining cat videos. iRobot’s chief technology officer, Paolo Pirjanian said that the company was working on low-cost manipulation – basically making cheaper robots by using plastic to replace steel though it will mean less precision. And by that, we don't mean washing machines http://www.youtube.c ...
Full article at: Stuff.tv Apr 15 2014, 9:49pm CDT
 

What Will 2014 Bring?

What Will 2014 Bring?
2013 was a better year than I expected. My “What Will 2013 Bring?” post talked about 1) a rough ride for the US economy...
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The maker of Roomba says its robots may someday recognize everything in your house

Source: The Verge

The Roomba has been cleaning apartment floors for years now, but its creator sees a future where the popular household robot carries out far more useful chores. "Consumer research tells us that laundry is the number one household task that people spend their time on, so a laundry robot would be on top of the list," said iRobot CTO Paolo Pirjanian in an interview with MIT Technology Review. But he ...
Full article at: The Verge Apr 15 2014, 3:36pm CDT
 

Three Questions for iRobot’s CTO Paolo Pirjanian

Source: MIT Technology Review

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The Roomba maker is working on technology that could enable robots to help with more household chores.Thanks to iRobot, the idea of having a robot vacuum your floors no longer seems futuristic—the company has now sold more than 10 million of its Roombas around the world. But most housework is still far beyond the capabilities of any robot on the market. Engineers in iRobot’s R&D labs are hoping to change that by developing technology to enable robots to understand and interact with thei ...
Full article at: MIT Technology Review Apr 14 2014, 3:41pm CDT
 

Ava 500 by iRobot and Cisco is a Robot with a Difference

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Robots have shifted from the imagination and fantasies of the wild and wooly thinkers to the very real world of offices and homes. Take the Ava 500, a robot with a difference that allows video conferences to take place from its portal and is ideal for business meetings. iRobot Corp. and Cisco TelePresence together build this marvelous robot.
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