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Robotics

This section of the Jackson Journal is about everything related to the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots.

Unimate

By: Tashi Japheltsang, Journalist
The first robot ever created.
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Cybernetic Limbs and How They Can Help

Cybernetic Limbs and How They Can Help

By: Eliot Wentzel, Journalist

Cybernetic limbs can be better than prosthetic limbs because you can get them and then it can make you stronger and/or faster. It can also be good for military purposes like if a soldier loses a leg. They...

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San Francisco May Soon Deploy Robots That Can Kill

By: Sydney Kiffney , Journalist
The San Fransisco Police Department has voted to create robots that can kill people. Citizens nationwide are very concerned about this new idea.
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Image Source:  Robosen.com promotional photo

A Robot That Actually Transforms

By: Namish Gupta, Journalist
As time progresses, technology becomes more advanced, and now it has reached one of the most classic shows of all time: Transformers.
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polygraph by spiralstares is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

The Truth Behind Lie Detectors

By: Meg Lagera, Journalist
Everyone wants to get the truth out of others, but how exactly? Lie detectors are effective, right? Well, they aren't as reliable as they are thought to be. This article will explain how exactly lie detectors work, the information we can get out of it, and its true accuracy.
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Robot Factories Are Taking People’s Jobs

By: Ian Bilawski, Journalist
Robots will most likely replace up to 20 million factory jobs' by 2025 in the us alone If all factories in the world switch to robotics than the factories will put out multi million number of jobs.
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Maple seeds by wolf4max is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Ultralight Drone Inspired By Maple Seeds

By: Lena Tosounidis, Journalist
At the City University of Hong Kong, researchers have developed a tiny drone that was the inspired by the structure of a maple seed pod. Its two-bladed design makes it unique and energy efficient.
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A Revolution In The Local Market

A Revolution In The Local Market

By: Christopher Yang, Journalist
Partnering with Starship Technologies and Sodexo, GMU is the first campus to use entirely automated food delivery systems, which could be accessed by both the students and staff. The beauty of it all is that the process of delivery, from shop to person, was entirely controlled by the mind of a single robot. A true feat in the world of Civic Engineering.
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Credit: Max Planck Institute For Intelligent Systems

Could Avian-Inspired Legs Be The Future For Robots?

By: Philip Do, Journalist
The modern ostrich's' leg structure is very similar to the Tyrannosaurus Rex that lived 66 million years ago. The Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems has used this technology and made a small scale robot, called the BirdBot.
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Interior Nightclub Design | LED Lighting Technology | Nightclub Bar and Lounge Design | Envy Nightlife, by I-5 Design and Manufacture by I-5 Design & Manufacture is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

LED Lights – What To Know About Them And How They Are Used

By: Emerson Cruz, Journalist
The interesting thing that makes LED Lights change color and more that go along with it
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Remote controlled lawn mower by tacowitte is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Robotic Lawn Mowers

By: Aidan Musgrove, Journalist
Which robot lawn mowers have the best deals?
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SES Olympics by TopRankMarketing is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Robots Used In The Olympics

By: Meg Lagera, Journalist
From the mascots, to the food robots, to those who help transport people, there are many robots that help the athletes, staff, guests, and viewers at home have a spectacular Olympic experience.
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