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From DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency:
"Team NimbRo Rescue is one of two teams from Germany competing in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. Its robot, Momaro, has four wheeled legs to help it move quickly on the ground and maintain stability. For more information visit: http://www.theroboticschallenge.org/finalist/nimbro-rescue."
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From DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency​:
"Team Intelligent Pioneer is mainland China's entry in the ‪#‎DARPADRC‬, using the robot Xing Tian. The team comes from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, out of Changzhou."
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From DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency​:
"Team HKU, using the Altas robot, returns to the DRC with its team from The University of Hong Kong."
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Awesome Italian humanoid ready for the DARPA Robotics Challenge​...wait - WHAT? #MORETHANLOAFERSANDSUPERCARS
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Best robot-themed short films of early...2013. • http://bit.ly/1JWzcsU
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Retro-futurist sci-fi painter Simon Stålenhag's "Tales from the Loop" book of paintings just hit 12x its funding goal on +Kickstarter - in two days - and he deserves it. • http://kck.st/1KtBLQQ
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From DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency​:
"Representing the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Team MIT uses an Atlas robot named Helios. For videos of Helios in action, visit: https://www.youtube.com/user/MITDRC."
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From DARPA:
"The students and researchers on ‪#‎DARPADRC‬ Team HRP2-Tokyo come from the University of Tokyo's Jouhou System Kougaku Laboratory. They are one of two teams using the HRP2 robot platform."
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From DARPA, The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency​:
"Team Hector and its Johnny 05 robot are new this year to the DARPA Robotics Challenge, but the team draws from the software expertise of members of Team ViGIR. Johnny 05 is built on the THOR-MANG platform. Team Hector is one of two teams from Germany planning to compete. Follow Team Hector Darmstadt​ on Facebook and @DarmstadtRescue on Twitter."
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Mark of an Advanced Civilization: Turkish 3D printing firm builds new titanium beak for injured sea turtle. 
Btech Innovation has designed the first 3D printed jaw to be implanted into a turtle, injured by boat propellers.
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The Economist​, one of the few remaining bastions of journalistic integrity, takes a brief look at AI...and gets a few things right. 
        “THE development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race,” Stephen Hawking warns. Elon Musk fears that...
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Buckyball Life Extension with a Side of Namesake • http://bit.ly/1Hvzsyn
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The site provides responsible tech coverage and original content served with a bit of levity and irreverence (sometimes a lot), some occasionally suspicious punctuation (profanity is a kind of punctuation), and a smartastic superiority complex. In sum, I bring the Technosnark.