SpaceX is the best-known start-up in aerospace today. But what comes after reusable rockets?
Sixty-two years ago this summer, Dartmouth professor John McCarthy coined the term artificial intelligence. Joi Ito, director of MIT's Media Lab, has come to think it's unhelpful.
'Evidence-based medicine' is already turning the medical profession upside-down and dehumanizing patient care, but the application of AI to predict treatment and outcomes is several orders of magnitude worse.
Sarcos Robotics' Guardian GT has earned comparisons from Wired to Sigourney Weaver's Power Loader - the machine she used to defeat the eponymous Alien from the 1979 film: It's a robot that allows people to lift and manipulate objects weighing up to 5
Integrating sensors within soft robots has been difficult in part because most sensors, such as those used in traditional electronics, are rigid. Harvard researchers developed an organic ionic liquid-based conductive ink that can be 3D printed within
US Army To Deploy Autonomous Killer Robots On Battlefield By 2028
The creepy AI that can predict the future: Machine that anticipates your movements several minutes in advance could pave the way for next-level Big Brother surveillance
Intel researchers are testing a tiny new "spin qubit" chip.
Robots are designed for speed and precision -- but their rigidity has often limited how they're used. In this illuminating talk, biomedical engineer Giada Gerboni shares the latest developments in "soft robotics," an emerging field that aims to creat
When the 300-foot Maersk Launcher docked in San Diego early Monday morning, it unloaded a cargo of hardened black blobs scooped from the bottom of the sea.
Westworld is a hell of a show, but the sense of dread it elicits is nothing new.
In China, punishment awaits the non-conformist and thanks to total surveillance and AI monitoring and predicting behavior, they know exactly who they are. Re-education camps are not needed any more: "discredited people become bankrupt." ? TN Ed
Mark Ellis' slightly-unsettling creation, the 'Playa Crawler' is making the rounds on DIY and maker subreddits.
Is there anything robots can't do? They can perform our jobs, get periods and now .?.?. grow human organs.
Technocrats will always choose a technological solution to any problem, in this case, how to kill the enemy. These weapons should be banned before they are fully armed and equipped with AI. The Army will spend over $1 billion on robots in the next fe
Everything you wanted to know about soft, hard, and nonmurderous automatons.
Lie-detecting computer kiosks equipped with artificial intelligence look like the future of border security
Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) systems have significantly advanced in recent years.
Boston Dynamics' robots look more natural and more amazing with each video, and today the company posted two more clips to its YouTube channel showing the latest progress of its Atlas and SpotMini robots.
Mark Dice video-Google's Creepy New Artificial Intelligence Bot
Fastbrick Robotics Limited (ASX:FBR) is an Australian robotic technology company developing and commercializing digital construction technology solutions, including the revolutionary commercial bricklaying machine, Hadrian X.
China Construction Bank is China's second largest bank where Technocrats have won the day by creating the world's first personless bank, run exclusively by robots and AI. Bank employees around the world would do well to take heed.