J.T. Terrell scores 18 and USC improves to 6-5 in Pac-12 play this season.J.T. Terrell scored 18 points and Eric Wise had 12 as USC defeated Washington 71-60 on Sunday night.
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In an effort to make how robots move and interact with humans feel less awkward and uncomfortable, Disney Research, working with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, are developing a more natural approach to the problem by thoroughly studying how humans interact. In fact, using motion capture suits, the study was taken one step further. The goal of this...
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A lifelike robot that replicates the actions of humans is helping test future clothing for the US military.
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How do you improve the kiss? The same way you upgrade warehouses and factories: with robots. Hooman Samani, a professor at Taiwan’s National Taipei University, has developed the Kissenger robot, which “provides the convincing properties of the real kiss” via touch-sensitive, vibrating silicone lips. Kissenger offers an intimacy even Skype can’t match, though long distance...
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J.T. Terrell scored 18 points and Eric Wise had 12 as USC defeated Washington 71-60 on Sunday night.
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This robot is very humanlike and it’s very eerie (VIDEO) by Karen Workman Digital First Media Published Apr 8, 2013 09:11AM MDT The robot was created to move just like a human, and it does. Expect the video to leave you feeling at least slightly creeped out. This robot is very humanlike and it's very eerie (VIDEO)The PETMAN robot - what a name, right? - is a product of...
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Brain scans show we feel bad for robots when they're mistreated. Humans feel bad when they see other humans being mistreated, but do we feel the same way about robots? A team of researchers tested that by being first sweet and then really, really cruel to a poor little innocent dinosaur robot. The subjects in the study were shown two videos: in one, scientists acted...
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Researchers at Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed an insect-like robot that achieves flight by flapping a pair of tiny wings.The robot is small enough to sit on the tip of a finger and weighs 80 milligrams -- that's roughly 1/30th the weight of a U.S. penny coin. Its wings, which have a span of 3 centimeters, can flap at up to 120...
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Harvard and MIT team up to create an inchworm robot that self-folds into place with little human intervention. Continue reading →
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A day after the announcement that Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine are donating $70 million to USC to create a new arts technology and business program the two joined by USC President Max Nikias and the new school's dean Erica Muhl gathered in Santa Monica near the offices of Interscope...
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