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In 2004 the first DARPA Grand Challenge for autonomous vehicles was an abysmal failure. That changed in 2005. So everything that's happened over the following decade has been quite amazing.

2004 DARPA Grand Challenge Fifteen vehicles left a starting gate in the desert outside of Barstow, Calif., to make history in the DARPA Grand Challenge on

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

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The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

The DARPA Grand Challenge: Ten Years Later - Technology Org

DARPA envisions a smarter, safer autopilot - http://www.aivanet.com/2014/04/darpa-envisions-a-smarter-safer-autopilot/

ALIAS Seeks to Provide Portable, Flexible Advanced Autopilot Capabilities - Technology Org

Ride-sharing could cut cabs’ road time by 30 percent

NASA Robot Plunges Into Volcano To Explore Fissure

NASA Robot Plunges Into Volcano To Explore Fissure

Google hopes designer frames will sharpen Glass    http://globenews.co.nz/?p=8546

Google hopes designer frames will sharpen Glass http://globenews.co.nz/?p=8546

Improving GPS Accuracy By Using Smartphone Cameras And Sensors

Improving GPS Accuracy By Using Smartphone Cameras And Sensors

You better count on quantum information in the future. Physicists from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching have developed a novel quantum gate, an essential component of quantum computers. A future quantum computer would be able to handle certain types of tasks far faster than any classical computer.

Computing with a quantum trick: physicists are developing an essential logic element for quantum computers - Technology Org

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Field of Competitors Expands for DRC Finals - Technology Org

Fujitsu Laboratories develops lower-cost millimeter-wave radar for automobiles

Fujitsu Laboratories develops lower-cost millimeter-wave radar for automobiles

UW surgical robot featured in 2013 movie ‘Ender’s Game’ - Technology Org

On the movie set with the University of Washington’s Raven II surgical robot. From left to right: Hawkeye King, director Gavin Hood, Harriso. via UW news

Morpheus Robot Flies As High As The Great Pyramid Before Deking Sideways And Touching Down

Morpheus Robot Flies As High As The Great Pyramid Before Deking Sideways And Touching Down - Technology Org

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