By mid-century, all the grumpkins agreed: robots were the shit. Even the most hardened humano-mechanicals were aware their robotic cousins could kick their asses. And the feed stock? Don’t be ridiculous. They were so squishy. So temporary. The on… . . . → Read More: mark a rayner: Vanity Thy Name is Robot
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In honour of Talk Like a Pirate Day, I thought I’d revisit my version of the classic rock-paper-scissors, or rochambeau, as it is sometimes known. As you can see from the schematic below, each thing can beat two other things, … Continue reading →
The party got out of hand roughly the same time Professor Lunchbender decided to create the “ultimate” knob robot. Of course, you had to admire any affaire that required the services of the National Guard, even if they were unsuccessful … Continue reading →
Yes, folks, Stevo is sure to tie one on tonight in celebration of the 54th year since his construction in a robotics factory somewhere in Southern Ontario. So, in honour of the head CPC henchman, I have composed a haiku… Bonne Fête, oh angry man Count your days as Emperor You’re toast in two years . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Today is the Angry Man’s Birthday!
Is this robot really sad? Or is it just celebrating the technological singularity it its own quiet way? I don’t want to project onto this robot. Maybe he’s programmed to be happy with his single red balloon. Unlike Zathir, the … Continue read… . . . → Read More: mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Sad about the singularity?
New surfboard sized robots are riding the waves and doing science! They’re autonomous robots called Wave Gliders and they are being used to monitor shipping and more importantly they are tracking information on the oceans that have traditionally been too costly to gather.
Researchers are warming up to the technology too. NOAA is testing . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Robots That Ride Waves for Science and Understanding