NU News: A trip to MARS shows the rise to prominence of Northeastern robotics
NU News: Scientists use underwater robot created by Northeastern researcher to spy on zooplankton at night
NU News: Robotics experts find inspiration from Star Wars universe
NU News: Researchers design robots to assist with disaster relief
Wired: What is a Robot?
NU News: Unprecedented Antarctic expedition maps sea ice to solve climate change mystery
Robotics at Northeastern group to host NEMS 2017 on June 9
Sky and Telescope: Meet Valkyrie, NASA’s space robot
Meet Valkyrie: She’s 6 feet and 2 inches tall, weighs about 300 pounds, and cost $2 million — and one day this humanoid space robot, or more likely her much more advanced descendant, might help humans colonize Mars.
Wired: Who will pay for the future if not the robots?
Robots are taking over the world’s workforce—and why shouldn’t they? For so many jobs, machines are faster, more consistent, smarter, and cheaper than you or I will ever be. As advances in artificial intelligence accelerate, robots will spread into all corners of the labor market: blue collar and white collar, service work and knowledge work alike. Along with their jobs, people will lose their incomes. When that happens, governments will also lose theirs. Where does the money come from without incomes to tax?