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- Honda: ASIMO
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- MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
- NASA: Robotics Education Project
- The Tech Museum of Innovation
- ASIMO http://asimo.honda.com
- "ASIMO in Prague." Robotika.cz, August 26, 2003. http://robotika.cz/articles/asimo/en
- ASIMO Technical Manual: Honda Motor Company http://asimo.honda.com/downloads/pdf/asimo-technical-information.pdf
- D'Aluisio, Faith and Peter Menzel. "Evolution of a New Species: Robo Sapiens." MIT Press, 2000.
- "Hospital porters go robotic." Engadget, June 24, 2004. http://robots.engadget.com
- Kageyma, Yuri. "Honda devises way for brain signals to control robot." USA Today, May 24, 2006 http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/robotics/ 2006-05-24-robot-brain_x.htm
- MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory http://www.ai.mit.edu
- NASA: Robotics Education Project http://robotics.nasa.gov
- "The New Age of Service Robots: From Fighting Fires to Serving Beer." Knowledge at Wharton, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, November 20, 2002.
- Patent # 6016962: IC Communication Cards. United States Patent and Trademark Office. http://www.uspto.gov
- Robot Hall of Fame http://www.robothalloffame.org
- Robotics Online http://www.roboticsonline.com
- Schulte, Bret. "ASIMO: Honda's New Compact Comes in Peace: It's Not Man's Best Friend, But It's No Terminator Either." Washington Post, August 3, 2002.
- The Tech Museum of Innovation http://www.thetech.org/robotics
- TrueForce: History Timeline of Robotics http://trueforce.com/Articles/Robot_History.htm
- "Understanding Computers: Robotics." Time-Life Books, 1986.