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23 August 2006



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There are too many robotics related websites to catalog them all. Here are few of them…

 

IEEE Robotics and Automation Society’s Technical Committee on Service Robots website contains a page dedicated to Agriculture & Harvesting Robots, with many links to related activities around the world. [2012-Oct-11: The RAS Technical Committee on Service Robots no longer maintains a website.]

 

Arrick Robotics’s website has a long list of robotics clubs. One of those, the San Francisco Robotics Society of America has a particularly interesting website. [2012-Oct-11: Still true!]

 

Robots.net, Robot Gossip, and GoRobotics.net are robotics news blogs.

 

Artificial Intelligence News, just what it says it is. [2012-Oct-13: Now it points to a Japanese language website.]

 

I only plan to cover developments which are at least plausibly related to the application of robotics to crop cultivation, except perhaps as a bit of news is so compelling that I can’t help but mention it.

 

Reposted from Cultibotics.



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