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The Act of Creation Will Be Your Salvation - scifigrl47 - The Avengers (2012) [Archive of Our Own]
When Tony Stark was seventeen years old, he built his first AI. On that day, he ceased to be his father's creation, and became a creating force in his own right.

That one act likely saved his life, and not always in the most obvious ways.
fandom:theavengers  rating:mature  category:gen  category:m/m  relationship:tonystarkandhisbots  relationship:steverogers/tonystark  author:scifigrl47  robots 
yesterday by omicron23
Curiosity Changes Everything - scifigrl47 - The Avengers (2012) [Archive of Our Own]
Everyone in their life has had a little case of hero worship. A tiny crush on a celebrity. A teenage infatuation.Dummy Stark-Rogers is not any different. And the Mars Rover Curiosity is a stunning piece of tech.
fandom:theavengers  rating:teenandupaudiences  category:gen  category:m/m  relationship:steverogers/tonystark  relationship:clintbarton/philcoulson  author:scifigrl47  robots 
yesterday by omicron23
The Butterfingers G. D. I. Stark Guide to Problem Solving - Epiphanyx7 - The Avengers (2012) [Archive of Our Own]
Tony begins to notice that things are going missing from his workshop... and discovers that his bots have been hiding a very, very big secret from him. Or rather, a very, very small one.

In which Dummy is a kleptomaniac, You is painfully shy, Butterfingers is a programming genius, JARVIS is a sarcastic sonofabitch, Pepper takes care of Tony outside of the workshop, Bruce is Tony's boo, Thor is Tony's favourite, Clint is actually kind of smart, Steve has terrible timing, and problem-solving is never simple or easy.
fandom:theavengers  fandom:ironman  rating:teenandupaudiences  category:gen  category:other  relationship:dummy&tonystark  relationship:jarvis(ironmanmovies)&tonystark  relationship:tonystark&avengersteam  relationship:dummy/butterfingers/you  relationship:clintbarton/philcoulson  relationship:tonystark&starkrobots  author:epiphanyx7  robots 
yesterday by omicron23
Filled with liquid metal, this robot skin is more sensitive than the real thing | Digital Trends
Robots capable of arming roadside bombs with human-like dexterity may soon be a reality, after UW engineers developed artificial skin that has the same sensitivity as a human hand. Jonathan Posner, a professor of mechanical engineering at the UW, is quoted.
Digital.Trends  College:Engineering  Department:Mechanical.Engineering  Department:Chemical.Engineering  !UWitM  2017  robots  Posner.Jonathan 
yesterday by uwnews
Automation is more complex than people think. Here’s why | World Economic Forum
Each individual should be able to decide how much automation they want in their lives. But will it be up to us?
automation  artificialintelligence  robots  robotics  work  futureofwork 
2 days ago by jorgebarba
The first ever Giant Robot Duel is as epic as it sounds - SlashGear
So is it time for the world to enjoy giant robot battles? Hardly. But it’s still good fun, but only if you’re just watching from YouTube.
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2 days ago by seaugust
This Robot Tractor Is Ready to Disrupt Construction
In this dusty arena, a startup called Built Robotics is testing what it thinks is the future of construction: the autonomous track loader. Give it coordinates, tell it what size the hole should be, hit enter, and it tears off and digs the thing with impressive accuracy.
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2 days ago by seaugust
Veo Robotics raises $12 million for its vision of a harmonious human-robot workplace
“In the same way that a farmer might use a plow horse and be confident that the horse will not step on the farmer, we make robots see where people are and then respond to their presence,” he told me.
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2 days ago by seaugust
This Robotics Startup Wants to Be the Boston Dynamics of China
Now [Xing] Wang, with funding from a Chinese angel investor, has founded his own robotics company, called Unitree Robotics and based in Hangzhou, outside Shanghai. Wang says his plan is making legged robots as popular and affordable as smartphones and drones.
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2 days ago by seaugust
Stretchable 'skin' gives robots the sense of touch | Engadget
A team of engineers from the University of Washington and UCLA has developed stretchable skin that can cover any part of a robot. Jonathan Posner, adjunct professor of mechanical engineering at the UW, is quoted.
Posner.Jonathan  Department:Mechanical.Engineering  Engadget  !UWitM  2017  College:Engineering  Department:Chemical.Engineering  robots 
2 days ago by uwnews

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