ICYMI: Kids abusing robots, solar powered balloon and more
Two pieces of robot news from Japan have us riveted, if only because researchers there discovered what we already knew: Other people's kids are jerks. And when kid gangs get together, they do mean stuff like beat up innocent robots. That and more, in today's ICYMI!
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