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Survios co-founders Nathan Burba and James Iliff are joining us at TechCrunch Sessions: AR/VR

There’s nothing inherently social about VR. In fact, putting on a headset and entering your own world can be a fairly isolating experience. But Survios’ latest offering is looking to turn that tru

Helping students transition from the laboratory to robotics startup

A student at Monday’s TC Sessions: Robotics event in Cambridge asked me “How do I launch a successful startup?” I explained that I might not be the person at the show best equipped to answer, bu

Sami Atiya from ABB says industrial robots will add jobs, not take them away

In and interview earlier this week at the TechCrunch Robotics Session held on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA, Sami Atiya, president of ABB’s Robotics and Motion division, said he believes bringin

Watch all of the panels from TC Sessions: Robotics right here

The robotics industry is at an important crossroads. We were honored to host many of the greatest minds in the field as industry and university leaders joined us at TC Sessions: Robotics, including Am

ReWalk Robotics shows off a soft exosuit designed to bring mobility to stroke patients

ReWalk has been talking up its upcoming “soft exoskeleton” since January. The company finally took the system out for a spin in the daylight, showing what it’s capable of at a robotics event hel

The solar-powered Tertill robot keeps weeds in check

This September marks the 15th anniversary of the first Roomba — but in spite of the device’s massive popularity, no companies have managed to successfully follow in its footsteps with another main

MIT’s Cheetah 3 robot is built to save lives

The latest version of MIT’s Cheetah robot made its stage debut today at TC Sessions: Robotics in Cambridge, Mass. It’s a familiar project to anyone who follows the industry with any sort of regula

Here are some of the groundbreaking robots you’ll see at TC Sessions: Robotics next week

TC Sessions: Robotics takes place on Monday, July 17 at MIT, and the agenda is stacked with the best minds, engineers and founders in the robotic industry. And many are bringing some mechanical friend

MIT’s Daniela Rus is leading a robotics revolution

Daniela Rus’s morning is packed. My arrival appears to come as a bit of a surprise. She considers the situation for a moment before inviting me in. Rus has allowed me to sit in for a packed morning

Five reasons to attend TC Sessions: Robotics next week at MIT

Next week TechCrunch is hosting its first ever one-day event centered around robotics. Called TC Sessions: Robotics, there are still a few general admission tickets left which grant the holder access

Here’s why you need to attend TC Sessions: Robotics

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NVIDIA’s Deepu Talla to join TC Sessions: Robotics Robot Brain panel on July 17 at MIT

The agenda for TC Sessions: Robotics  (July 17 in Cambridge, MA at MIT’s Kresge auditorium) is almost complete, and before the long July 4 weekend we wanted to announce one more stellar addition

TC Sessions: Robotics to feature talks from Rod Brooks, DARPA and MIT CSAIL

The agenda for TC Sessions: Robotics just keeps getting more irresistible. We are happy to announce that Rod Brooks, co-founder of Rethink Robotics and iRobot, will join us on stage at TechCrunch’s

Meet the 4 projects competing at TC Sessions: Robotics’ pitch-off

TechCrunch is pleased today to announce the companies and judges participating in the pitch-off at TC Sessions: Robotics. This is going to be great. New life is important. And while TC Sessions: Robot

More robots! Announcing three demos for TC Sessions: Robotics at MIT on July 17

There are so many great robotics projects underway that it’s hard to pick the best to appear at TC Sessions: Robotics, which is coming to MIT’s Kresge Auditorium on July 17. The agenda is full wit

Educating the next generation of robotics engineers, a workshop at TC Sessions: Robotics

TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics will feature the industry’s best roboticists, technologists and investors. But what about the next generation? Everyone knows that there are not enough robotics eng

Robots’ role in humanity to be a core topic at TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics

At least since Isaac Asimov posited the Three Law of Robotics, many have wondered whether robots would ultimately help or harm humanity. Or maybe do a little of both. Humanity still has time to shape

Announcing the agenda for TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics

TechCrunch is holding its first ever event focused solely on robotics on July 17 at MIT's Kresge Auditorium in Cambridge, Mass., and today we're really pleased to roll out the agenda for TC Sessions:

We’re looking for robotics companies to pitch and demo at TechCrunch Sessions Robotics

Have a robotic startup or project? We want you on stage at TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics this July 17 at MIT. We’re looking for students to demo and early stage startups to pitch. If selected,

Toyota Research’s Gill Pratt is speaking at TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics at MIT July 17

TechCrunch’s first ever robotics event is fast approaching, and we’re putting the final touches on an amazing programming line-up, which includes MIT’s Daniela Rus, Disney’s Martin Buehler, A
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