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Women in Robotics Update: introducing our 2021 Board of Directors

Women in Robotics is a grassroots community involving women from across the globe. Our mission is supporting women working in robotics and women who would like to work in robotics. We formed an offici...
18 January 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Melonee Wise, Maren Bennewitz, Alicia Casals

Introducing the seventh post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Melonee Wise, Maren Bennewitz and Alicia Casals and from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about...
12 January 2021, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Ecem Tuglan, Tuong Anh Ens, Sravanthi Kanchi, Kajal Gada, Dimitra Gkatzia

Welcome to the first of our Women in Robotics Spotlights, where we share stories from women who haven’t yet been featured in our Annual Showcase but who are working on all sorts of interesting proje...
28 December 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Ruzena Bajcsy and Radhika Nagpal

Introducing the sixth post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Ruzena Bajcsy and Radhika Nagpal from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013 and 2014...
20 December 2020, by and

Shaping the UK’s future with smart machines: Findings from four ThinkIns with academia, industry, policy, and the public

The UK Robotics Growth Partnership (RGP) aims to set the conditions for success to empower the UK to be a global leader in Robotics and Autonomous Systems whilst delivering a smarter, safer, more pros...
18 December 2020, by

Women in Robotics Update: Robin Murphy, Ayanna Howard

Introducing the fifth post in our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Robin Murphy and Ayanna Howard from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013 and 2014. ...
13 December 2020, by



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Should robots be gendered? comments on Alan Winfield’s opinion piece

The gendering of robots is something I’ve found fascinating since I first started building robots out of legos with my brother. We all ascribe character to robots, consciously or not, even when we u...
10 December 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Maja Mataric, Arianna Menciassi

Introducing the second of our new series of Women in Robotics Updates, featuring Maja Mataric and Arianna Menciassi from our first "25 women in robotics you need to know about" list in 2013. Since we ...
06 December 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Girls Of Steel

"Girls of Steel Robotics (featured 2014) was founded in 2010 at Carnegie Mellon University’s Field Robotics Center as FRC Team 3504. The organization now serves multiple FIRST robotics teams offerin...
30 November 2020, by and

Women in Robotics Update: Elizabeth Croft, Helen Greiner, Heather Knight

"Fearless Girl should provide the spark to inspire more female engineers", writes Elizabeth Croft, Dean and Faculty of Engineering at Monash University. “Girls are natural engineers, highly capab...
22 November 2020, by , and

Women in Robotics Update: Sarah Bergbreiter, Aude Billard, Cynthia Breazeal

In spite of the amazing contributions of women in the field of robotics, it's still possible to attend robotics conferences or see panels that don't have a single female face. Let alone seeing people ...
16 November 2020, by , and

Women in Robotics panel celebrating Ada Lovelace Day

https://youtu.be/NuN1fpdYYI4 We'd like to share the video from our 2020 Ada Lovelace Day celebration of Women in Robotics. The speakers were all on this year's list, last year's list, or nominated fo...
21 October 2020, by

30 women in robotics you need to know about – 2020

It’s Ada Lovelace Day and once again we’re delighted to introduce you to “30 women in robotics you need to know about”! From 13 year old Avye Couloute to Bala Krishnamurthy who worked alongsid...
13 October 2020, by

Robot takes contact-free measurements of patients’ vital signs

By Anne Trafton During the current coronavirus pandemic, one of the riskiest parts of a health care worker’s job is assessing people who have symptoms of Covid-19. Researchers from MIT, Boston Dyna...
16 September 2020, by

Opportunities in DARPA SubT Challenge

Opportunities Still Available to Participate in the DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge: Cave Circuit 2020 and Final Event 2021. Join us for an introduction of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge with Pr...
14 July 2020, by

Robotics for Infectious Diseases Organization and other resources

In times of crisis, we all want to know where the robots are! And young roboticists just starting their careers, or simply thinking about robotics as a career, ask us ‘How can robotics help?’ and ...
27 June 2020, by

Conversation on racism and robotics

Talking about racism and its impact on robotics and roboticists was the first conversation in our new monthly online discussion series “Society, Robots and Us” on last Tuesday of the month at 6pm ...
25 June 2020, by

MIT gives soft robotic gripper better sense of touch and perception

MIT researchers built a soft robotic gripper that uses embedded cameras and deep learning to enable high-resolution tactile sensing and “proprioception” (awareness of positions and movements of th...
02 June 2020, by

Locus Robotics expanding into Europe with $40M Series D

A group of LocusBots from autonomous mobile robot developer Locus Robotics. | Credit: Locus Robotics...
02 June 2020, by

CES 2020: A smart city oasis

Like the city that hosts the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) there is a lot of noise on the show floor. Sifting through the lights, sounds and people can be an arduous task even for the most experienc...
26 January 2020, by

The 5G report card: Building today’s smart IoT ecosystem

The elephant in the room loomed large two weeks ago at the inaugural Internet of Things Consortium (IoTC) Summit in New York City. Almost every presentation began apologetically with the refrain, R...
07 December 2019, by

Engaging the public in robotics: 11 tips from 5,000 robotics events across Europe

Europe is focussed on making robots that work for the benefit of society. This requires empowering future roboticists and users of all ages and backgrounds. In its 9th edition, the European Robotics W...
21 November 2019, by

Summer travel diary: Reopening cold cases with robotic data discoveries

Traveling to six countries in eighteen days, I journeyed with the goal of delving deeper into the roots of my family before World War II. As a child of refugees, my parents’ narrative is missing...
14 August 2019, by

Robots can play key roles in repairing our infrastructure

Pipeline inspection robot I was on the phone recently with a large multinational corporate investor discussing the applications for robotics in the energy market. He expressed his frustration about t...
30 June 2019, by

My top three policy and governance issues in AI/ML

In preparation for a recent meeting of the WEF global AI council, we were asked the question: What do you think are the top three policy and governance issues that face AI/ML currently?...
22 June 2019, by

Joining forces to boost AI adoption in Europe

Europe is gearing up to launch an Artificial Intelligence Public Private Partnership (AI PPP) that brings together AI, data, and robotics. At its core is a drive to lead the world in the development a...
21 June 2019, by

The social animals that are inspiring new behaviours for robot swarms

By Edmund Hunt, University of Bristol From flocks of birds to fish schools in the sea, or towering termite mounds, many social groups in nature exist together to survive and thrive. This cooperativ...
12 May 2019, by

An updated round up of ethical principles of robotics and AI

This blogpost is an updated round up of the various sets of ethical principles of robotics and AI that have been proposed to date, ordered by date of first publication....
12 May 2019, by

Robots guarded Buddha’s relics in a legend of ancient India

By Adrienne Mayor As early as Homer, more than 2,500 years ago, Greek mythology explored the idea of automatons and self-moving devices. By the third century B.C., engineers in Hellenistic Alexandr...
28 April 2019, by







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