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Pioneers of in-space refueling and manufacturing join TC Sessions: Space 2020

Pioneers of in-space refueling and manufacturing join TC Sessions: Space 2020 One of the problems with putting a satellite in orbit is that once you do, it’s pretty much out of your hands. If anything goes wrong, or it runs out of fuel, that’s all she wrote. Fortunately there are companies that aim to change […]

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NASA partners with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and others for test flights and research

NASA partners with SpaceX, Rocket Lab, Blue Origin and others for test flights and research NASA has announced 20 new partnerships with commercial space outfits, among them collaborations with SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Rocket Lab. While no money will change hands, NASA will dedicate millions in personnel and other support to these test launches and […]

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Hyundai reportedly in talks to buy SoftBank-owned Boston Dynamics

Hyundai reportedly in talks to buy SoftBank-owned Boston Dynamics Boston Dynamics could be set to change hands once again, according to a new report from Bloomberg that cited “people familiar with the matter.” The deal would make Korean automaker Hyundai the third company in seven years to own the robotics firm, following sales to Google […]

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Provizio closes $6.2M seed round for its car safety platform using sensors and AI

Provizio closes .2M seed round for its car safety platform using sensors and AI Provizio, a combination hardware and software startup with technology to improve car safety, has closed a seed investment round of $6.2million. Investors include Bobby Hambrick (the founder of Autonomous Stuff); the founders of Movidius; the European Innovation Council (EIC); ACT Venture […]

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Walmart reportedly ends contract with inventory robotics startup Bossa Nova

Walmart reportedly ends contract with inventory robotics startup Bossa Nova Robotics and automation startups have seen a strong uptick in interest over the course of the pandemic. And it’s easy to see which companies have a newfound interest in automating their workforce amid a seemingly endless virus-driven shutdown. But Walmart, which has long promised to […]

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Tesla has increased the price of its “Full Self-Driving” option to $10,000

Tesla has increased the price of its “Full Self-Driving” option to ,000 Tesla has made good on founder and CEO Elon Musk’s promise to boost the price of its “Full Self-Driving” (FSD) software upgrade option, increasing it to $10,000 following the start of the staged rollout of a beta version of the software update last […]

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Teaching robots through positive reinforcement

Teaching robots through positive reinforcement There likely isn’t a robotics teacher institute in the world actively pursuing robotic learning. The field, after all, holds the key to unlocking a lot of potential for the industry. One of the things that makes it so remarkable is the myriad different approaches so many researchers are taking to […]

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Robotic kitchen startup YPC raises a $1.8M seed round

Robotic kitchen startup YPC raises a .8M seed round Montreal-based YPC Technologies today announced that it has raised a $1.8 million seed round. Led by Hike Ventures and Real Ventures, the funding includes participation from Toyota AI Ventures and Uphill Capital, among others, designed to help the company pilot its kitchen robotics technology. Toyota’s funding […]

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Alphabet’s latest moonshot is a field-roving, plant-inspecting robo-buggy

Alphabet’s latest moonshot is a field-roving, plant-inspecting robo-buggy Alphabet (you know… Google) has taken the wraps off the latest “moonshot” from its X labs: A robotic buggy that cruises over crops, inspecting each plant individually and, perhaps, generating the kind of “big data” that agriculture needs to keep up with the demands of a hungry […]

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These tiny sensors can hitch a ride on mothback

These tiny sensors can hitch a ride on mothback Everyone is familiar with carrier pigeons, but what about carrier moths? This research project uses the nocturnal insects as a delivery service for tiny electronic packages that weigh less than a hundredth of an ounce. The system was created by graduate students at the University of […]

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