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    MIT's Nexi MDS Robot: First Test of Expression

    Uploaded on Apr 1, 2008

    This video shows an initial test of the MDS (Mobile Dexterous Social) Robot designed
    and built in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab's Personal Robots Group, UMASS Amherst's Laboratory for Perceptual Robotics, Xitome Design, and Meka Robotics. It illustrates the robot's expressive range of movement using scripted animations and pre-recorded speech

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    NIST Robotics Test Facility: Putting Mechanical First Responders to the Test

    Published on Dec 3, 2014

    An inside look at the NIST Robotics Test Facility, a lab designed to put first responder robots (for search-and-rescue, bomb disposal, etc.) through standardized tests of their abilities. Evaluations include mobility, manipulation, human-robot interactions, sensing and endurance

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    Rip the Robot Rig Test
    from Landon Graham
    March 22, 2013

    A fun rigging challenge - a completely robotic character that I have never attempted before. Cute short and fun.

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    Self consciousness with NAO bots

    Published on Jul 9, 2015

    In this paper (to be presented at RO-MAN 2015), we show that a test of self-consciousness can be passed by NAO Bots reasoning over representations in the Deontic Cognitive Event Calculus (DCEC*).
    Rensselaer Artificial Intelligence and Reasoning (RAIR) Lab

    Article "Polite robots show glimmer of self-awareness"
    Robots are the new wise men

    by Levi Sharpe
    July 16, 2015

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    Charlie the turbine robot fire test

    Published on Jan 18, 2017

    just did a full major rebuild on this robot it now has a new battery and completely new fuel systems

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    Anti AI AI – Wearable Artificial Intelligence
    May 19, 2017

    "'Anti AI AI' earpiece defends against a robot uprising by warning you if a machine is impersonating a human"
    Device sits behind the ear like a Bluetooth device and detects synthetic voices
    It uses a thermoelectric plate to send a shiver down its user's spine if it hears AI
    It detects synthetic sounds using the same algorithms used to encode them
    Developer claims that as human-mimicing machines improve, we could be left in a 'sea of disinformation powered by AI'

    by Harry Pettit
    May 29, 2017

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