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Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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Marc Teyssier, PhD student at Telecom Paris Tech Engineering school, poses with his robot finger 'MobiLimb', that attaches to a mobile phone, after an interview with Reuters in Paris

A Wagging Finger Sticking Out of Your Mobile Phone Is Creepy....

PARIS (Reuters)  A French researcher has invented a robot finger that attaches to your mobile phone. It can wriggle across your desk. It can stroke...
The signature of the team of French entrepreneurs Obvious is seen on the artwork "La Comtesse de Belamy" during an interview in Paris

The Artist as An Algorithm: Robot-Made Rembrandt for Sale

By Michaela Cabrera PARIS (Reuters) Robots can do many of the jobs previously performed by humans, but could they ever replace artists? A team of French entrepreneurs...
Drilling and filling robot "Luise" is seen in a new A320 production line at the Airbus plant in Hamburg

Robots Luise, Renate Join Airbus A320 Production Line in Hamburg

HAMBURG (Reuters) European planemaker Airbus inaugurated a new production line for its best-selling A320 jet with robots Luise and Renate joining human workers as it...
New transforming robot called "J-deite RIDE" that transforms itself into a passenger vehicle, developed by Brave Robotics Inc, Asratec Corp and Sansei Technologies Inc, is unveiled at a factory near Tokyo

Autobots Roll Out! – Transforming Robot Unveiled in Japan

TOKYO (Reuters) A Transformers-style, humanoid robot that can shape shift into a sports car in about 60 seconds was unveiled in Japan on Wednesday The...
Kawasaki Heavy Industries' collaborative robot stacks rice balls at Delicious Cook & Co's food factory in Narashino

Japanese Companies See Big Things in Small-Scale Industrial Robots

By Makiko Yamazaki TOKYO (Reuters) A two-armed robot in a Japanese factory carefully stacks rice balls in a box, which a worker carries off for...
Robots assemble an Ikea chair in Singapore

Flatpack Fear No More? Robot Assembles IKEA Chair Frame

SINGAPORE (Reuters) Robots in Singapore have completed a task many humans dread - assembling flat-packed IKEA furniture Sifting through pages of instructions and a jumble of...
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