[ad_1] SOLUTIONS A Robot Beehive Means More Bees and More Honey A modern beehive powered by solar energy, monitored by artificial intelligence and equipped with a robot arm is coming to the United States. Beehome, a beehive that holds up to 24 bee colonies (which includes a queen and her 30,000 to 50,0000 offspring), is
[ad_1] Products in this story are independently selected and featured editorially. If you make a purchase using these links we may earn commission. Of all the small space hacks we’ve come across, investing in a compact vacuum cleaner might be one of the best. After you decide to downsize your device, the struggle becomes finding
[ad_1] We’ve seen plenty of impressive robots of all sizes here at Hackaday, but recently we were particularly inspired by [Hans Jørgen Grimstad] and his thrifty mini sumo build. Using the BBC micro:bit platform as a starting point, Hans seized the opportunity to build a competitive mini sumo bot without breaking the bank. According to
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[ad_1] The robots are coming, and Elon Musk wants to usher in their arrival. The Tesla CEO revealed the Tesla Bot this week during an event devoted to advances in artificial intelligence. Described as “the next generation of automation” on the Tesla website, the humanoid robot is “capable of performing tasks that are unsafe, repetitive or
[ad_1] Get ready — you might see some sentient robots at Walt Disney World and Disneyland in the near future. Is Disneyland building robots? The New York Times has an intriguing report about how Disney is bringing new robots into its parks. Primarily, the robots seem to respond to human emotions. One specific example centers
[ad_1] Through the lens of the robot revolution, Mark Russell’s Not All Robots manages to target toxic masculinity, privilege, police brutality, and more. Warning! Spoilers for Not All Robots #1 ahead! Mark Russell’s latest comic series about the robot revolution, Not All Robots, takes on an incredible amount of relevant sociopolitical issues, including toxic masculinity, privilege, and police brutality.
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