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Robots: Evolutionary Approaches for Flying Robots

In this episode, Abate De Mey interviews Guido De Croon about Evolutionary Robotics and its use to design behaviors for flying robots.

Syndicated 2016-05-01 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Mecha Monsters

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Silas Adekunle, Co-founder and CEO of Reach Robotics. They speak about Reach Robotics first product, Mecha Monsters: legged, gaming robots that are controlled by a smartphone. Through Mecha Monsters, Reach Robotics is attempting to connect the physical and digital components of the gaming world. Also, Adekunle discusses the startup process, including technology accelerators.

Syndicated 2016-04-17 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Hadrian Bricklaying Robot

In this episode, Ron Vanderkley speaks with Mark Pivoc from FastBrick about Hadrian the bricklaying robot. Fastbrick is an Australian robotics firm aiming to disrupt the local bricklaying market with a machine it says will be able to build a four-bedroom house in two days, without any human interaction.

Syndicated 2016-04-02 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Satellite Assembly in Space

In this episode, Andrew Vaziri speaks with John Lymer, Chief Architect of Robotics and Automation at SSL. They highlight key programs in space robotics from the 1980s through to SSL’s current program to robotically assemble satellites in space.

Syndicated 2016-03-19 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Agilic and PiBot

In this episode, Abate De Mey interviews Harry Gee, founder of the robotics startup, Agilic. Harry talks about his company, the Rasberry Pi robots that he designed, and the basics of creating a robotics startup.

Syndicated 2016-03-06 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Automation and Employment

In this episode Andrew Vaziri speaks with Mike Osborne, Associate Professor in Machine Learning at the University of Oxford. They discuss how advancements in artificial intelligence may change the workforce, the economy and society.

Syndicated 2016-02-20 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: The Airbus Shopfloor Challenge

In this episode, Andrew Vaziri speaks with Curtis Carson, Head of Research and Technology in Industrial Strategy and Systems at Airbus. They speak about the Airbus Shopfloor Challenge to be held at ICRA 2016, and discuss the need for a new generation of industrial robots for aircraft manufacturing.

Syndicated 2016-02-06 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: 200th Episode Special

In this episode, we celebrate our 200th episode! That's over 6000 minutes of robot goodness and nearly 8 years releasing interviews with your favorite roboticists. The podcast is all volunteer run, a special thanks to everyone on the team who's made this possible! And thanks to all of you for listening-in all these years. To celebrate, our president Audrow Nash has invited a team of old-timers from the podcast team, and one of our favorite recurring guests, Rodney Brooks from Rethink Robotics.

Syndicated 2016-01-22 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Microrobots for Harvesting Crystals

In this episode, Audrow Nash interviews Simone Schürle, advisor and co-founder of MagnebotiX, about using small robots to harvest crystals. These crystals can be used to infer atomic structure. An example application is in drug development to see if protein binding has occurred.

Syndicated 2016-01-09 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

Robots: Construction Drilling

In this episode Audrow Nash interviews Konrad Fagertun, Chief Operating Officer of nLink in Norway. They speak about a mobile robotic platform for the construction industry. The problem that they've chosen to solve is drilling holes in the ceiling. For a shopping mall, 400,000 holes may have to be drilled — by hand. This is a task Fagertun says "no one likes" so nLink built a robot to automate it. Fagertun discusses their robotic platform, how they chose their application, and the future plans of nLink.

Syndicated 2015-12-27 07:00:00 from Robots - The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

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