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Time Magazine’s 50 Best Inventions of 2010

… Seven are robotic: Google’s driverless car, eLegs’ Exoskeleton for paraplegics, Georgia Tech’s Deceitful Robot, Korea’s English-teaching robot, EMILY, the life-saving robot, Raytheon’s Iron-man Suit, and Israel’s…

… Seven are robotic: Google’s driverless car, eLegs’ Exoskeleton for paraplegics, Georgia Tech’s Deceitful Robot, Korea’s English-teaching robot, EMILY, the life-saving robot, Raytheon’s Iron-man Suit, and Israel’s AI Sarcasm Detection algorithm.
Gizmag would add to that list Festo’s Bionic Handling Assistant and the spider-like nanobot created by a team of US scientists.

By Frank Tobe

Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report After selling his business and retiring from 25+ years as a provider of computer direct marketing and consulting to the Democratic National Committee, major presidential and other campaigns and initiatives, he has energetically pursued a new career in researching and investing in robotics. In 2013 he co-founded Robo-STOX™ LLC (renamed in 2015 to ROBO-Global) and developed a tracking index for the robotics industry: the ROBO-Global™ Robotics & Automation Index.

Frank is a member of Robohub and also a panel member for panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.