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IFOMIND Credit: SGAI
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How self-perception emerges during the early stages of human development. Credit: IST Results
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BabyBot learns to take first steps
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Modular robotic units self-assembled into this structure able to walk on four legs.
Credit: USC Information Science Institute
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SuperBot modular robotic units assemble into a circular structure able to roll like a wheel.
Credit: USC Information Sciences Institute
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SuperBot modular robotic units self assemble into larger structures, such as this humanoid walker assembly.
Credit: USC Information Science Institute
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Robots communicate to identify "food."
Credit: Laboratory of Intelligent Design Systems, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
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Robots communicate to identify "food." Credit: Laboratory of Intelligent Design Systems, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.

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Robots communicate to identify "food." Credit: Laboratory of Intelligent Design Systems, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.

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Dario Floreano
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The 13-foot-tall walking robot Ambler poses for a photo op. The blue box is a scanning laser rangefinder.credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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Dante II prepares to rappel down the crater wall of Mount Spurr, a volcano in Alaska.credit:Carnegie Mellon University
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The eight-legged robot Dante in the vapor clouds of Mount Erebus, an active volcano in Antarctica.credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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Nomad´ virtual dashboard enabled scientists to simulate the experience of driving the robot in near-real-time, even though they were controlling it from thousands of miles away.credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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Nomad searches for meteorites in the frozen wastes of Antarctica´ Elephant Moraine. credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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In 1997, Nomad, under remote-control, traveled more than 220 kilometers (137 miles) across Chile´ Atacama Desert. credit: Carnegie Mellon University
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The ENDURANCE robot, disassembled so that engineers could repair its thruster controllers. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE was successfully tested in ice-covered Lake Mendota on Wednesday, February 13, 2008. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE prepares for a night dive in Madison, Wisconsin´ Lake Mendota. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE robotic explorer, in an icy Wisconsin lake.
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Stone Aerospace Logistics Manager Vickie Siegel prepares to install a high-definition digital camera in the ENDURANCE robot. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE robotic explorer during field tests in Madison, Wisconsin. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE emerges from its makeshift lab in the University of Wisconsin´ Water Science building. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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ENDURANCE is lowered into Lake Mendota on its final day of cold-water testing. Photo Credit: Henry Bortman.
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NASA is developing robots and software systems that can aid humans in exploring other planets. Photo credit: NASA.
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Members of the AMASE team examine the Cliffbot rover during a field test in Svalbard, Norway. Credit: NASA/JPL/AMASE.
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JPL robotics engineer Paulo Younse poses with Cliffbot during a field test of the rover´ climbing abilities. Credit: NASA/JPL/AMASE.
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An early prototype of Cliffbot being tested at JPL in Pasadena, Calif., several years before its deployment to the Arctic for cold-weather testing. Credit: NASA/JPL
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GeorgiaTechRobo
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STEREOconcept
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Jasonlifted
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JasonScientists
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NASASpider
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08/09/09
EO1
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Benthic Rover
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BenthicRover2
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BenthicRover3
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Nereus1
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Nereus2
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Autonomous
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Autonomous2
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Data
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04/19/10
Robonaut 2 Test
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04/19/10
Chukchi Sea
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Senseta
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MER-FIDO Test
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