It seems as if contemporary society is always decrying the dearth of women in science. RobotGrrrl Erin is doing her utmost to help fill in the gap with this vibrant and comprehensive page -- you wouldn't be able to this author as male or female, because the content is strong enough to avoid a discussion on gender politics. Erin's loved robots since her first mobile Lego creation at 13. Her blog concentrates on her affinity for sociable robotics and their potential to improve human communication.
Robotics Under the Stolehttp://roboticsunderthestole.blogspot.com/
Many people exhibit an almost religious zeal for the world of robots, but this blogger takes that assertion to a brand new level. He doubles as both a roboticist and a priest, bringing a spiritual conviction to the sleek and scientific conversation. His posts tend to vacillate between passionate studies of his favorite contemporary robots to ruminations on the morality and consciousness of robots in society. Anyone who's talked of the Bible and 'bots in the same conversation will relish the site.
Blogger Erico leads a staff of five, all of whom are focused on bringing readers the first reports of news related to place of robots in society. Humanoids, mechatronics, and AI all serve as sizable portions of the conversation here. The fleet is also quite skilled at linking their visitors to worthwhile videos and news clippings they can check out to bolster their bot know-how. Overall, the idea is to keep the blog's readership alert to where robots are heading next -- which is exactly where humans are heading next.
Robot junkies get their automaton fix here daily. Yet even those who aren't quite so well versed in the world of robotics can catch up to speed by perusing this blog's short yet knowledge-packed posts. Headlines relating to what's happening with robots in the world definitely abound, to be best digested by readers who visit daily. But those who don't make it as often aren't left behind: the editors curate a Robo-Roundup, to supply a week's worth of robo-news in one quickly read offering.
The Personal Robot Bloghttp://www.about-robots.com/personal-robot-blog.html
Amateurs in the robot world can come here for basic yet essential information on the creations and the hoopla that surrounds them. Kids will find the site especially clear and easy-to-understand.