The Colorado Space Grant Consortium goes there each year for the Colorado Robotics Challenge — a place for students to test their creations with progressively harder challenges — and to train them for work on distant worlds.
Artificially intelligent robots are already sorting through your trash and taking your fast food order. What's to come?
Ryan was created by Mohammad Mahoor, professor of computer engineering at the University of Denver.
Swerving, braking, lane-sliding humans can make driving in the real world highly unpredictable.
The EPA is considering using robots and other sophisticated technology to help prevent mine "blowouts" or clean them up if they happen.
Building fighting machines in the late 1990s led the Coloradan into the more serious side of robotics.
A spokesman for Trade Center construction site, based in Denver, says humans aren't wired to be effective guards – especially at night.