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Question by Vanessa: How do humanoid robots recharge themselves?
I am doing a project on humanoid robots and I need a little information. I know humanoid robots recharge themselves but what does a humanoid robot need/use to recharge itself? Like, what power does it get and where from?
Answer by Jerry
What you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent question were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone is now dumber for reading it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
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Robot snakes can now wrap themselves around lamp posts
A robotic snake developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University has suddenly gained a frightening new power— the ability to hug things. Last week, the university's Biorobotics Laboratory published a new video of its modular snake, demonstrating …
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March 25, 2013: "Robot Chicken: DC Special" on DVD and Blu-ray
Robot Chicken and DC Comics collide – who will survive with their super-dignities intact? NOBODY! In Robot Chicken's hands, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and even Mr. Banjo could end up dead or naked or both or neither! Special Features include: …
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Robot swarms could be used in search and rescue: expert
The Robotics lab will collaborate with the university's Wireless Sensors and Robot Networks (WSRN) laboratory to produce swarm robotics technologies. These technologies enable groups of flying and ground-moving robots to co-ordinate their behaviours …
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Forget the obsessive-compulsive tracking of every event in your life — the real killer feature of Facebook Timeline is the huge banner-style cover photo that’s become the de rigeur way to express yourself online. Members of Congress have joined in with relish, too, carefully selecting images for maximum constituent impact, and the Washington Post has collected some of the best. From inspiring landscape photography to abstract shots of the American flag, it’s all right there on Facebook.
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We’re big fans of quantum computing, and hopefully it’s about to get a lot more reliable. Researchers at Yale have demonstrated quantum error correction in a solid state system for the first time. Quantum bits were created from “artificial” atoms using superconducting circuits, these qubits are then given either of the typical bit states of “1″ or “0,” or the quantum state of both simultaneously. The researchers developed a technique that identifies each qubit’s initial state, so any erroneous changes can be reversed on the fly. Until now, errors have been a barrier in quantum computing, accumulating and ultimately causing computational failure. A reliable means of fixing these state changes is essential to developing a computer with an exponential speed-up, and fully realizing the quantum dream. The team at Yale hopes that this research might mean its platform of superconducting circuits becomes the one upon which quantum computing is ultimately built. We, on the other hand, just want our parallel universe.