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Estonian engineers say they may have found a solution with their latest invention—a small, propeller-less underwater robot that causes minimum disturbance and lowers the risk of damage to submarine archaeology.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-12-estonian-turtle-robot-shipwrecks-treasure.html#jCp
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Now a new research paper entitled Detecting Road Surface Wetness from Audio: A Deep Learning Approach [PDF] suggests a system of determining the road surface conditions based on audio from the tyres.
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The FT’s verdict was unanimous. The robots – smart networked machines – are rising. And that, the award suggests, spells bad news for most of us.
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Just as ATMs changed banking and computers took over the home and workplace, robots and artificial intelligence are going to transform a bunch of industries over the next decade.
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Google on Tuesday announced a new tool on Wednesday for app developers that's absolutely amazing and also a little disturbing: it lets apps, robots and drones "see."
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ROVéo is a robot whose unique four-wheel design allows it to climb over obstacles up to two-thirds its height. Rovenso, the start-up that developed this prototype, aims to produce a larger-scale model equipped with a robotic arm for use in dismantling nuclear plants, for example.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-12-all-terrain-robot-nuclear-decommissioning.html#jCp
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Japan on Wednesday displayed a pair of two-legged humanoid robots that can operate in harsh conditions as the country prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions prepares for the next catastrophe.
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Imagine a natural language processing app like SIRI listening in for the right phrases and vocal qualities. The researchers are building on a emerging a new field in engineering and computer science called behavioral signal processing, which "utilizes computational methods to assist in human decision-making about behavioral phenomena."
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These robots, currently aboard Royal Caribbean's 'Anthem of the Seas', can create an endless number of drink combinations.
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