'Robotics Capital': Pittsburgh Tech Field Wants To Grow With Homegrown TalentIn the Pittsburgh area, 7,000 people make up the tech field.
Tech Company Bringing Robotics Hub To Strip DistrictA tech company plans on building a robotics hub in the Strip District.
Pittsburgh Could Lead The Way In America's Robotic & Artificial Intelligence FutureThe development of robotics and artificial intelligence in the United States is underway and Pittsburgh is leading the way.
Mind-Controlled Robotic Arm Allows Paralyzed Man To Feel, Move ObjectsNathan Copeland can't use his own arms to move objects, he can use a robot arm just by thinking about moving it.
Teams Compete In Western Pa. Lego League ChampionshipTwo brothers from Fox Chapel have a shot at being named world champions after winning the largest First Lego League Championship in Pittsburgh this weekend.
Pittsburgh Paving The Way In World RoboticsThe future is now and Pittsburgh is paving the way - worldwide - for robotics.
Robotic Invasion Gets Kids Excited About TechnologyA robotic invasion in Market Square today was part of a program to get kids excited about technology.
Students Test Engineering Skills During National Robotics WeekIt's National Robotics Week at AlphaLab Gear in East Liberty. Organizer Laura Kelly of Innovation Works, Inc. says middle school students were helped by engineers from three local companies.
CMU’s Scrabble-Playing Robot A Bit Of A Trash Talker"Victor" is rarely at a loss for words.
CMU Robotics Professor Warns Of Growing TechnologyIllah Nourbakhsh, Professor of Robotics at The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, does not help create the types of robots you will see in Terminator-like movies or even in the military.
Students Combining Science, Technology, Sports To Create RobotsForty-five robots, built by students, will take the floor at the Petersen Events Center March 15. Winners move on to the First Robotics national competition in Saint Louis. They have six weeks to finish their creations.
Meet CMU's Snake Robot, Your New SurgeonKDKA AM's Larry and John talk to CMU robotics professor Howie Choset about how his snake robots are revolutionizing medicine- and everything else.