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Mazes and Squiggles
The world’s best robots compete to navigate mazes and chase after tennis balls, to test out the latest artificial intelligence programs.


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Look No Hands!
Computer engineers are developing autonomous cars that can follow the highway and avoid obstacles without human intervention.


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Toddler's First Steps
In teaching a robotic pair of legs to walk, engineers gain new respect for the skills of human toddlers.


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Almost Human
Rodney Brooks is beginning to build the first robot with human-like senses, allowing it to learn about the world for itself, like a human baby.


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Roboflyers
Students compete to build a flying machine capable of autonomous flight.


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