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1 April Glaser @aprilaser 6,839 recode.net writer @slate. previously @recode and @wired. from nashville. DM for Signal. april.glaser@slate.com
3 years ago Florida is now the fourth state to permit delivery robots on sidewalks
3 years ago Wisconsin is now the third state to allow delivery robots
2 Tristan Greene @mrgreene1977 222 thenextweb.com Sailor, father, writer, technology reporter for The Next Web.
2 years ago Robots will eradicate teen jobs
2 years ago Robots would prefer you to be rude
3 James Vincent @jjvincent 5,485 theverge.com reporter for @verge, covering AI, robots, and more. first name dot last name at https://t.co/DY1lI9NeaC or slide into my dms
3 years ago The 11 best, worst, and weirdest robots of 2017
3 years ago This AI startup wants to solve the hard problem of robots picking things up
4 Brian Heater @bheater 10,034 techcrunch.com I eat hot emcees like cold salads.
3 years ago Teaching robots to learn about the world through touch
3 years ago Scientists use magnetic fields to remotely control biologically inspired soft robots
5 Paul Sawers venturebeat.com 3 years ago Exotec debuts autonomous Skypod robots in French warehouse
3 years ago UiPath raises $30 million to help enterprises automate repetitive tasks with software robots
6 Lora Kolodny @lorakolodny 20,250 techcrunch.com Advanced. Work = CNBC startups & vc reporter. Ex-TechCrunch, WSJ / WSJ Pro, NYTimes, Inc. magazine. No tweet pitches, please. Email = lora.kolodny@nbcuni.com
3 years ago Abundant Robotics rakes in $10 million for apple harvesting robots
3 years ago 6 River Systems unveils warehouse robots that show workers the way
7 Matt Simon wired.com 3 years ago Robots Wielding Water Knives Are the Future of Farming
3 years ago The Crazy-Hard Technical Challenges of Robots Delivering Falafel
8 Devin Coldewey @kateconger 8,847 techcrunch.com I write about policy and security for @gizmodo. DMs open, say hi! Previously: @techcrunch.
3 years ago Between robots’ ‘safe’ and ‘unsafe’ zones, a sort of robot friend zone proposed
3 years ago Disney Research has robots matching verbal styles with kids
9 Khari Johnson venturebeat.com 3 years ago 8 robots worth bringing home this holiday season
3 years ago Baidu unveils home robots and smart speaker
10 John Biggs @johnbiggs 38,503 techcrunch.com Writer, Doer. My books: https://t.co/eNuLuiJyId TechCrunch editor-at-large. Podcast https://t.co/6b5zXmHhLa also check out https://t.co/CAmRipw5BJ https://t.co/HIbYnRQCXe
3 years ago Researchers train robots to see into the future
3 years ago SoftWear Automation raises $4.5 million to build robots that sew
11 Darrell Etherington @etherington 22,182 techcrunch.com Transportation and automotive reporter at TechCrunch darrell@techcrunch.com
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3 years ago Wandelbots wants to reinvent the way we program robots
3 years ago Anyone can teach this MIT robot how to teach other robots
12 The Conversation @ConversationUK 88,237 thenextweb.com An independent news and commentary website produced by academics and journalists. Free to read and republish.
3 years ago Future robots won't look like humans because we're poorly designed
3 years ago How do we stop robots from killing us? Make them squishy
13 Maria Gallucci mashable.com 3 years ago Google-backed exhibit shows robots just want to be friends. They promise.
4 years ago These robots are transforming how we see wildlife
14 Maria Dermentzi mashable.com 2 years ago Four robots just finished 3D printing an entire bridge
3 years ago Groundbreaking, farm-loving robots could change the future of agriculture
15 Rani Molla @ranimolla 13,243 recode.net NOW: Data Editor @Recode making information visual. @Bfly / @business @WSJ @Gigaom @Columbiajourn alumna. Generalist.
3 years ago Most people prefer friendly robots — but not in France and Japan
3 years ago ., Canada and Mexico are buying more job-killing robots than ever before