The folks over as senseFly have developed a sweet little fixed-wing autonomous mapping drone called the eBee, which can be launched from anywhere by anyone.
This bionic leg can be controlled through thinking about an action.
There is no possible way this goes wrong.
Robots, we want you to join the U.S. Army.
World’s largest smartphone chipmaker offers to custom-build very efficient neuro-inspired chips for phones, robots, and vision systems.
If the movies have taught us anything, it’s that the future isn’t just about robots–it’s about robots that can heal, adapt, and change their entire appearance at a moment’s notice.
Each day, millions of people use Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks to air their opinions on everything from the government shutdown to the latest version of Apple’s iPhone software.
Robots can see as well (and sometimes better) than can with their fancy 3D cameras, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they understand what they're seeing.
Scientists, engineers and policymakers are all figuring out ways drones can be used better and more smartly, more precise and less damaging to civilians, with longer range and better staying power. One method under development is by increasing autono
3D printing and assembly in space could lead to bigger and better structures that are less expensive to make. Before their technology is a reality, Tethers Unlimited has to overcome a few engineering challenges.
For those who fear that one day our robotic contraptions may turn on us, you may have felt cold chill when witnessing the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) funded "Cheetah" -- a headless robotic quadruped by Boston Dynamics.
Robotics researchers at MIT show off the capabilities of small cube-shaped robots with no external moving parts.
That depends on who you are, and what the robot's for.
Designs that borrow from biology are making robots flexible, and aiding research into machine intelligence.
As much as seventy percent of the human race will become obsolete within just three generations. Why?
In the early days of artificial intelligence research, it was commonplace for the well-educated academics in the field to (mistakenly) think that being “intelligent” meant being good at things that other well-educated academic researchers struggled a
America's favorite shambling robo-donkey is about to become even more alarming.
A man missing his lower leg has gained precise control over a prosthetic limb, just by thinking about moving it – all because his unused nerves were preserved during the amputation and rerouted to his thigh where they can be used to communicate with
The robots are coming from INSIDE the blood! It's like a magic elevator for medicine.
The robots are coming from INSIDE the blood!
Robotics is the art and commerce of robots, their design, manufacture, application, and practical use. Robots will soon be everywhere, in our home and at work. They will change the way we live.
A UK team is developing its idea for a Mars "hopper" - a robot that can bound across the surface of the Red Planet.
A technique called deep learning could help Facebook understand its users and their data better.
It used to be too dangerous to have a person work alongside a robot. But at a South Carolina BMW plant, next-generation robots are changing that.
Or crawl. Or squirm. How will robots of the future get around? Some say tank treads. Some say legs and feet.
NASA has big plans for robots and tricorders.
A research team from the National University of Singapore's (NUS) Faculty of Engineering has created efficient artificial, or "robotic" muscles, which could carry a weight 80 times its own and able to extend to five times its original length when car
This insect-inspired robot, made of cardboard and plastic, can sprint off a table and just keep on runnin'.
Every few decades, a pandemic flu variant emerges that not only infects humans but also passes rapidly from person to person.
NASA's next moon shot — a robotic spacecraft tasked with investigating lunar dust and the moon's thin atmosphere — is set to launch from Virginia this week.