Robots will soon commit more crime than anyone else
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By 2040 they will be the best criminals

Boffins have been shuffling their electronic tarot cards and reached the conclusion that by 2040 the people committing the most crimes will be robots.

Intel develops Euclid Robot module
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Tinman runs on a quad core Atom

Chipzilla showed off its “Euclid” robotics compute module at the Intel Developer Conference in San Francisco a little while ago.

Israelis give small robots Glocks
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What could possibly go wrong?


Israel's General Robotics has developed tiny 'combat robots' that can climb stairs, traverse difficult terrain, and nail anything that moves with a nine millimetre Glock.

Asustek wants IoT and Robotic focus
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Motherboards don't stand for comfort any more

Asustek is shifting its development focus to Internet of Things (IoT), robot and virtual /argument reality (VR/AR) products after seeing that motherboards and graphics are going to suffer for a good long while.

Mass-produced robot in shops in October
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A bit more expensive than predicted


The Jibo robot will be in the shops in October which is later and about $200 more than expected.

Chinese to deploy Daleks as police
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What could possibly go wrong?

The Chinese National Defense University has been showing off its first police robot which looks a lot like one of Dr Who’s Daleks with its plunger taken away.

Intel makes it easy for you to build a robot army
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Time to take over the world

Chipzilla is putting a lot of effort into helping people build their own robots and drones at home.

Chinese restaurants fire robot staff
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Here I am, a brain the size of a planet, and they want me to serve fries.

Three Chinese restaurants in Guangzhou have been forced to fire all of their robot staff because they were about as useful as a chocolate teapot.

Alphabet to flog off part of its robot arm
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Alphabet, the search outfit formally known as Google, as placed part of its robotics division, up for sale.

Gates, Hawking, Musk are Luddites of 2016
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Award nominations

Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking have been nominated for the "Luddite of the year" award by a US think tank over their fears of artificial intelligence (AI).