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Robohub’s 10 most viewed articles from 2014

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31 December 2014



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We’re taking a small glimpse back to 10 of our most viewed articles published on 2014. Take a look!

 

 


Facebook – Our ffriendly automated identity bender
by Jason Millar

 


Artificial General Intelligence that plays Atari video games: How did DeepMind do it?
by Kristjan Korjus, Ilya Kuzovkin, Ardi Tampuu, Taivo Pungas

 


Fukushima photo essay: A drone’s eye view
by Adam Klaptocz

 


Thousand-robot swarm self-assembles into arbitrary shapes
by Sabine Hauert

 


NAO Next Gen now available for a wider audience
by AJung Moon

 


Robots, soldiers and cyborgs: The future of warfare
by Armin Krishnan, Footnote

 


Aeon Scientific wins 2014 Swiss Technology Award
by Michael Keller, ETH Zurich

 


Why robots will not be smarter than humans by 2029
by Alan Winfield

 


Ground Drone Project: Urban mobile robot chassis
by Phillip Walker

 


Drone startups: Fotokite
by Dronologista

 




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