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  • Smithsonian.com

    OroBOT, a robot version of an ancestor to the dinosaurs, is helping fill in some gaps in the evolution of walking.

  • WIRED

    Look back on the biggest moments in robotics in 2018, from the continued ascendance of SpotMini to the rapid rise and fall of the home robot.

  • TechCrunch

    Robots are amazing things, but outside of their specific domains they are incredibly limited. So flexibility — not physical, but mental — is a constant area of ...

  • Phys.Org

    A new research collaboration with support from the National Science Foundation, or NSF, begins an unprecedented study of walking cavefish to better ...

  • Horizon magazine

    People's interactions with machines, from robots that throw tantrums when they lose a colour-matching game against a human opponent to the bionic limbs that ...

  • TechSpective

    Robby The Robot made its theatrical debut around the time I was born, and it set a bar regarding what a practical robot should look like and do. Lights.

  • News-Medical.net

    A new research collaboration with support from the National Science Foundation, or NSF, begins an unprecedented study of walking cavefish to better ...

  • Leadership Newspaper

    Robot Technology: Invention And Advances Robot is a mechanical device capable of moving independently such as walking, rolling on wheels and similar ...

  • Futurism

    DyRET can adjust its leg and gait length to figure out everything from icy patches to sand dunes, putting it at the forefront of evolutionary robotics.

  • WIRED

    Getting a non-biological machine to evolve like organisms would out in nature means following the rules of natural selection. Organisms evolve in part because ...

  • Interesting Engineering

    A new robot developed by University of Oslo engineers now has the ability to teach itself to walk by evolving through trial and error. The robot, called Dyret, ...

  • WIRED

    Algorithms design robot legs tailored to walk on specific surfaces. The results are at once logical, counterintuitive, and bizarre.

  • Scientific American

    Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...

  • I-Connect007

    The Saturday before CES begins is a transition day here in Las Vegas. The weekend sports fans and partygoers are leaving, and floods of techies from around ...

  • Robohub

    Transcript below. In this episode, Abate De Mey interviews Guido De Croon about Evolutionary Robotics and its use to design behaviors for flying robots.

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