Robotics projects, research and articles, including Maggie, Asibot, UC3M Humanoid, Manfred, and the RH-1 and RH-0 robots. This site features robot research for climbing, construction, industrial automation, personal and mobile robots.
Artificial intelligence and robotics news site.
JAIR(ISSN 1076 - 9757) covers all areas of artificial intelligence (AI), publishing refereed research articles, survey articles, and technical notes. Established in 1993 as one of the first electronic scientific journals, JAIR is indexed by INSPEC, Science Citation Index, and MathSciNet. JAIR reviews papers within approximately three months of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions. JAIR articles are published for free distribution on the internet by the AI Access Foundation...
Sometimes, it's just easier to visualize in code than mathematicians' chicken scratch.
Ready-to-reuse software simulators for eight of the most popular neural network architectures, coded in portable, self-contained ANSI C.
A great tutorial on how reinforcement learning algorithms work and how to create them. The whole concept is pretty easy to absorb.
Famous for his work in Adaptive Resonance Theory (ART1) and other machine learning algorithms. Site contains a lot of research papers in PDF.
Artificial intelligence articles on everything from neural networks, support vector machines, genetic algorithms, fuzzy logic, expert systems, evolutionary computation, computer vision, statistical classification, multi-agent systems, swarm intelligence, and more.
A great article on genetic algorithms. Very easy to understand.
Creator of the Neocognitron, a special design of neural network based on priciples of biological visual pattern recognition.
Generation5 aims to be the most comprehensive Artificial Intelligence site on the Internet. Community-orientated, Generation5 deals with all AI topics including robotics, neural networks, genetic algorithms, AI programming, home automation and much more.
"Your AI & Robots news aggregator". Articles and Photos. Subjects include artificial intelligence, games, artificial live, genetic programing and robots.
An interesting and useful list of online resources from Surveillance Video.com including robotics organizations, conferences and competitions, university programs, periodicals, journals, and publications.
A classic site everyone has to see at least once. Features the famous Cog and Kismet robots.
The Seattle Robotics Society, formed in 1982 for those interested in learning about and building robots, is a non-profit corporation comprised professionals and amateurs, high school students and college professors, engineers and tinkerers. The Encoder newsletter has a lot of great articles, including a great tutorial on Fuzzy Logic: http://www.seattlerobotics.org/encoder/mar98/fuz/flindex.html
An Oregon non-profit formed to help those interested in robots. Our monthly meetings are open to the public. Great if you live here in Portland, Oregon.
The famous and controversial article describing the general audience's feelings of creepiness at life-imitating robot designs. A classic read for all robot designers and builders.
Popular news site for hobby and industrial robotics.
Popular news site featuring the latest in hobby, science and consumer robotics.
Microsoft Robotics products and services enable academic, hobbyist and commercial developers to easily create robotics applications across a wide variety of hardware. Home of the popular Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio.
High-end consumer robotics company that seriously puts the Uncanny Valley problem to the test. They create social robots capable of mimicking not just human emotions and facial expressions, but eye contact, face recognition, and naturalistic spoken conversation.
Hobbyist blog with news and DIY articles.
RobotCub is a 5 year-long project funded by the European Commission through Unit E5 "Cognitive Systems, Interaction & Robotics". The main goal is to study cognition through the implementation of a humanoid robot the size of a 3.5 year old child: the iCub.
Robots is a non-profit association based at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland. Robots is dedicated to providing free, high quality, educational information for the robotics community and the general public.
News and links related to popular robots, including toys, hobbyist, household and scientific research. Part of the Robot Dreams store at Amazon.com.
h+ covers technological, scientific and cultural trends that are changing - and will change - humans beings in fundamental ways.
A search site that has links to all kinds of popular science articles. Try entering "robot", "artificial intelligence", "neural networks" or "genetic algorithms" for searches. All kinds of good stuff.
Social contribution site where members add brief synopses and links on various science topics.
"Singularity Hub is a blog and news network covering the latest in robots, genetics, longevity, artificial intelligence, aging, stem cells, and more." -- Founder-Editor, Keith Kleiner
You guessed it: blogs related to science. Generally good stuff.
Popular science and technology magazine. The oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., running for more than 160 years. Published in 15 foreign language editions, it has more than 1,000,000 copies in circulation worldwide.
Advance Innovation. Advance Humanity. In the coming decades, humanity will likely create a powerful artificial intelligence. The Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence (SIAI) exists to confront this urgent challenge, both the opportunity and the risk.
Popular news magazine with sections devoted to science and technology.
This publisher's site allows access to numerous journals and other material related to artificial intelligence, computer science, data mining technology, robotic engineering and lots more.
The famous (or infamous) 1993 article by Vernor Vinge describing the technological singularity.