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07.05.16
Amazon robot challenge winner counts on deep learning AI
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Amazon robot challenge winner counts on deep learning AI

TU Delft's robot arm was 3 times faster at warehouse work than last year's competitors.

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02.08.12
DARPA's crowdsourced UAV competition heats up, takes off (video)
02.08.12

DARPA's crowdsourced UAV competition heats up, takes off (video)

Late last year, DARPA launched UAVForge -- a competition that invites contestants to create their...

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07.27.09
NEMS takes step forward, MEMS looking nervously over shoulder
07.27.09

NEMS takes step forward, MEMS looking nervously over shoulder

Just as it's starting to seem like MEMS motion sensor technology is gaining more widespread use, we...

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05.22.08
Flame is the world's most advanced -- and Dutch -- walking robot
05.22.08

Flame is the world's most advanced -- and Dutch -- walking robot

Walking robots never cease to amaze, but "Flame" from TU Delft PhD student Daan Hobbelen is what we...

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