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From the bipedal robot to the artificial heart, via the Minitel... The epic of prototypes at Arts et Métiers

From March 17 to June 28, 2020, the Musée des Arts et Métiers is giving pride of place to contemporary scientific and technical heritage. The exhibition Prototypes, from experimentation to innovation presents to the public nearly thirty precursor objects and instruments. First experimental models of bipedal robot, neutron trap, the

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e-health

How to re-humanize the health and medico-social sector?

Les signes de la crise de l’hôpital public sont manifestes : pénurie de médecins et d’infirmières, attentes et encombrements dans les services d’urgence, épuisement professionnel des soignants, « grèves » et manifestations, démissions de chefs de service, … Tout le monde s’accorde pour dire que l’hôpital public va mal. Comme

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Navya

Hey, Taxi! Startup Navya unveils its autonomous taxi-robot. In test in the city from 2018

La start-up lyonnaise Navya a présenté mardi son nouveau véhicule, un taxi sans chauffeur à propulsion 100% électrique, qui a l’ambition de fluidifier la circulation dans les centres urbains, et dont les premières livraisons sont attendues au troisième trimestre 2018.   « C’est une révolution pour la mobilité en centre-ville, ce

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Robot law

Do we need a robot right?

According to its etymology, the word "robot" refers to an anthropomorphic entity, as the word was first used to refer to a humanoid automaton in a play by the Czech Karel Čapek, RUR, Rossum's Universal Robots, created in 1921. But in recent years, the term

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Robot law

Do we need a robot right?

According to its etymology, the word "robot" refers to an anthropomorphic entity, as the word was first used to refer to a humanoid automaton in a play by the Czech Karel Čapek, RUR, Rossum's Universal Robots, created in 1921. But in recent years, the term

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Robot humanoïde

The humanoid robots will point to the factory: 50% of unemployed expected

On connaissait les robots dans les usines, devenus des outils indispensables dans toute chaîne industrielle. Mais ces robots-machines conservaient l’apparence de machines. Une nouvelle génération de robots apparaît aujourd’hui. Des robots humanoïdes, capables de réaliser des tâches, comme les hommes, aux côtés des hommes. Le groupe Airbus, associé à un

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vertigo robot

VertiGo: the robot that makes us climb to the ceiling

Student engineers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich developed a robot that can roll over walls using mobile aerial propellers at the request of Disney Research Laboratories. It is called VertiGo. A very light four-wheeled robot with a strong grip, propelled by a mobile aerial propeller.

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