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Robots are fascinating! Choose from one of our topics below (or choose one of your own), then write a short report. We'd love to hear your thoughts on as many topics as you'd like.

robots

Howard Of Effingham School

Howard Of Effingham School

15 Mar 2018

robots have many capabilities such being in harsh weathers and conditions. They can travel miles without stopping or re-charging. They can go high distances and reach challenges people find hard to face.

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Robocop

Launceston College

Launceston College

15 Mar 2018

Could a robot be a police officer? I think yes, in the future we could have no jobs and every thing will be taken over by robots. But if we had a RoboCop then they can get to crime scene quick and safer.

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A bot on the street?

Launceston College

Launceston College

15 Mar 2018

In the future could robots be homeless. As you look around you in every day life you see homeless people. But when we have more robots in the future could they be homeless?

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The school of the future - what might it look like?

St Cuthbert's RC High School

St Cuthbert's RC High School

14 Mar 2018

The schools of the future , if they have robots, might be very strict and protecting. there may be many rules and protocols using robots to protect the children from harm. They may also control the cameras and CCTV. This means that they are able to see everything that happens there.

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Remotely grooming a cat

Howard Of Effingham School

Howard Of Effingham School

13 Mar 2018

The Kinectimals video game lets players pet a virtual pet on their TV screen, but Tokyo-based software engineer Taylor Veltrop has gone one step further. By pairing a Kinect sensor, a Wiimote, a treadmill and a Nao humanoid robot together, Veltrop has cobbled together a tele-operation system that allows him to groom his real life feline friend remotely.

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