Thousands of high school students around the world are already hard at work, getting a quick start on their 2016 FIRST Robotic Challenge robots.
WASHINGTON — Robots have taken over certain jobs, but don’t worry, there’s plenty of work out there for different skill sets, says Bloomberg reporter Victoria Stilwell. The machines are taking so-called routine jobs — such…
A group of high school students with a passion for science, technology, engineering and math has come out near the top in a worldwide competition in robotics, held this past weekend in St. Louis, Mo.
Robots are getting a lot of attention at CES 2014 – the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
More than 80 high school teams from across the country, including some from Virginia, Maryland and D.C., will use robots to carry underwater buckets from one side of a pool to the other.