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The Laziest Survive Better Than The Fittest, Reveals New Study

& 34;Sedentary and calm& 34; versus & 34;tough and active& 34; may be a stronger predictor of a specie& 39;s survival according to a group of evolutionary biologists.By Mario L. MajorAugust 23, 2018If the findings of a group of researchers at the University of Kansas hold true, we may have to revise the popular expression the early bird gets the worm to the bird that sleeps in and presses the snooze button a few times has a better shot at the worm.
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Best Robotic Events of 2018 That You Won't Want to Miss

2018 is shaping up to be a great year for the robotics research and business communities.The year has been jam-packed with international events, conferences, summits, and more on the topics of robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and industrial automation.Whether you& 39;re a robo-hobbyist looking to compete against peers and learn more in the field, or if you& 39;re seeking to understand how automation could affect your business, these events are not to be missed.
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Exoskeletons Help Workers Stay Safe and Fight Fatigue

Workers in many industries are getting a boost from the use of exoskeletons in their daily tasks. The exoskeletons can help prevent injuries from lifting and reduce the vibrations from heavy machinery.By Jessica MileyDecember 02, 2017Robotics are changing our daily lives at a startling rate. Now some of the design principles of robotics are being applied in the development of exoskeletons for humans that are helping us be safer and more efficient at work and home.
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