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Japanese researchers have created a robotic snake that can actually swim.
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Made popular on July 28 2007, submitted by Andres
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A video of a four-legged robot showing off skills over multiple terrains and unpredictable situations. Apparently its creators are aiming to develop a safe robot to use for transport.
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Made popular on July 28 2007, submitted by Andres
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A Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) clip simulating Robots engaging in Martial Arts Combat. Although the video seems to be scripted combat, it brings up the possibility of training artificial neural... More
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Made popular on July 28 2007, submitted by Andres
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A short clip presenting robots showing off Sony's dreams and most advanced technologies in recognition, motion control, communications, Information Technologies (IT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). T... More
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Technology allows the images from behind the coat to be projected to the front, resulting in the invisibility effect. This "invisibility" technology is being researched in japan.
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Made popular on July 28 2007, submitted by Andres
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A video essay, where Dr. Ben Goertzel talks about how Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) may play a role in the coming technological Singularity. The video covers multiple topics including the Singu... More
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A film that considers the coming technological Singularity, as discussed by futurists such as Ray Kurzweil. The documentary argues that science and technology are creating change so dramatic that i... More
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This woman lost her arm years ago. Now, thanks to Science and Technology, she is able to use a brand new robotic arm, which she now controls with her mind.
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Engineers at Cornell University have designed this odd-looking machine that can rebuild itself and also could perform repairs on itself.
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This is a film on Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the emergence of the creativity machine. In the mid 70s, an aspiring theoretical physicist made what he and many others feel is the most important... More
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A video clip of an armless man who now has two robotic arms, thanks to advancements in Science and Technology. The man controls the arms with his mind.
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A german team has developed this amazing CGI that contemplates future neuroscience, prosthetics and cybernetics technologies.
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