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The use of robots and automation is an “obvious solution” to any potential staff shortages in a post-Brexit Britain, according to a new report. The study indicates that many UK workers would support the use of robots to take on some manual roles, particularly those involving heavy lifting.
Toyota’s upgraded version of the human-shaped robot T-HR3 mirrors human movement and now boasts faster and smoother finger movements. The development is a result of the wearable remote-control device becoming lighter and easier to use.
Scientists have created a green-fingered robot that can prune roses and trim bushes, making light work of gardening chores. Trimbot uses mapping technology to find its way around the garden and performs horticultural tasks with its advanced cutting tools.
Companion robot Matilda helps Australian teachers create engaging learning environments for special needs students while improving their cognitive skills La Trobe University in Australia has teamed up with a local school for students with intellectual disabilities to trial a robot classroom companion. So far Matilda (who thankfully looks nothing like its chainsaw-wielding Robot Wars namesake)… Read More