Friday Squid Blogging: Robot Squid Propulsion

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Interesting research: The squid robot is powered primarily by compressed air, which it stores in a cylinder in its nose (do squids have noses?). The fins and arms are controlled by pneumatic ...
Robotic Surveillance, Dawn of

Robotic Surveillance, Dawn of

Today's Must Read comes to us via Steve Melendez, reporting for Fast Company, with an outstanding piece on Robotic Surveillance accompanied by an equally tremendous report and posting via the ACLU on ...
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Luke Kingma and Lou Patrick-Mackay’s Futurism: “Free Zoltar”

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Five technology and security books I’m reading to start the new year

Trying to keep up on the latest technology and security developments is never-ending. The number of articles, expert interviews, books, blogs, videos, presentations, podcasts, and documentaries we need to watch to keep ...