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Instead of idolising R2-D2 and C-3PO, the world would be in much better shape if the robotics industry focused on solving real problems, even if they're mundane, ugly or dangerous, says iRobot CEO Colin Angle.
Driven by the mobile computing revolution, iRobot CEO Colin Angle says the robotics industry is poised for great things if only entrepreneurs stopped trying to recreate R2-D2 and C-3PO.
Remote monitoring equipment that keeps a virtual eye on patients in their own home would save money, says Colin Angle.
CEO Colin Angle talks about how robots are weathering the recession, what to expect from PackBot's big brother, and why iRobot isn't building a humanoid.
Colin Angle, CEO of iRobot, talks about what the company can do for the military as well as for your dirty floors.
Chief executive Colin Angle offers a vision for the robot home contrary to the one you might have looked forward to as a kid. Photos: iRobot phones home, cleans gutters
Company's upcoming model will be a 70-inch liquid crystal display with a 180-degree viewing angle. Photo: 70-inch panel
Robots don't need arms, legs and a witty vocabulary to have a profound impact on human life, according to iRobot CEO Colin Angle.
Could a Roomba be a "physical avatar"? iRobot CEO Colin Angle talks about this and other possibilities in the growing robotics market.
How long before there's a robot in every home? It's the stuff of science fiction right now, but Colin Angle, co-founder and CEO of iRobot, explains why that future is near.