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National Geographic's new movie, Robots 3D, proves that robots don’t need to be sci-fi to be compelling.
National Geographic’s new movie, Robots 3D, proves that robots don’t need to be sci-fi to be compelling.

The team behind RoboThespian, a life-sized humanoid robot designed for human interaction in a public environment, have launched a new YouTube channel: Robot’s World. The robot is very much real and enjoys a bit of profanity in its first episode about the confusion between AI and robots.

Promotional image for Spillikin. Source: Engineered Arts

Robotics company Engineered Arts has teamed up with Pipeline Theatre for a new play, Spillikin: a love story between a robot and an elderly woman. The collaborators plan to debut their work at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, the largest arts festival in the world, but they need your help and have created a campaign with some exclusive robocentric rewards.

by   -   January 22, 2015

Roboticize-Me-Doc-Zone-CBCRoboticize Me is a new documentary co-hosted by Peter Keleghan and his android sidekick RoboThespian. Produced by CBC’s Doc Zone, the documentary looks at what’s driving our need to develop intelligent and emotional machines. Roboticize Me airs tonight at 9pm EST on DocZone @cbcdocs , and will be available online after the broadcast. Preview below.



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