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In Its Image - Documentary

Playing God -- BBC Horizon [COMPLETE IN A SINGLE FILE] [HD]
Better Robot Muscles
Artificial muscles at MIT
Intricate robotic leg
Beautiful artificial limbs
The knock against many technology companies is they create too few jobs in their own countries. That complaint needs serious amending. Tech companies are creating plenty of jobs for robots. The Robot Hiring Boom Has Arrived The Robot Hiring Boom Has Arrived
Mindboggling science
Robot Skin Can Feel Touch, Sense Chemicals, and Soak Up Solar Power When you meet your robot overlord, it may be wearing super-intelligent skin designed by a Stanford researcher--a solar-powered, super-sensitive, chemical-sampling covering that makes your meatbag covering look pathetic. Zhenan Bao is behind the advances, and the recent development centers on a stretchable solar cell system that can expand and shrink along two different axes, making it perfect for incorporation into artificial skin for robots, human prosthetic limbs, or even clothing. Bao's earlier successes with artificial skin have resulted in a highly flexible and durable material, which is part of a flexible organic-chemistry transistor, built on a thin polymer layer. When the skin is subjected to pressure, the current flowing through the transistors is modified as tiny pyramid shapes molded into the polymer layer compress, resulting in a super-sensitive transducer that can apparently detect the pressure from a house-fly's feet.

Robot Skin Can Feel Touch, Sense Chemicals, and Soak Up Solar Power