Weapons built by defense manufacturers that can think for themselves are getting smarter, which mean the much-feared killer robot could be a reality sooner than later.
Russian President says we shouldn't be developing technology "for the sake of technology"
Adidas plans to close high-tech "robot" factories in Germany and the United States it launched to bring production closer to customers, saying on Monday deploying some of the technology in Asia would be "more economic and flexible".
Given how deadly and destructive lightning can be, it would certainly be good to know in advance where and when it was going to strike. A new artificial intelligence-based system could help, utilizing nothing but standard weather-station data.
They say you shouldn't believe everything you see on the big screen.
Using Deep Brew, the coffee chain is aiming for an improved experience for both customers and employees.
You've heard that the independent media (i.e. the media that actually challenges the establishment narratives) is full of Russian bots, and you probably know that this is neo-McCarthyist hooey.
The United States Military is calling on its technological partners to develop an automated artificially intelligent system capable of scanning the entire internet to locate and censor content that it considers to be so called "fake news". The De
After more than a decade, Waymo's driverless ride-hailing service is open to customers. For now, it's free.
Russian startup Promobot is now selling autonomous androids -- and buyers can choose to make the robots look like any person on Earth.
When the modern computer was first created in the 1960s, people soon started imagining a future with intelligent machines.
We're living in an age of not just mass distractions, but information overload.
Mowing the lawn can be time consuming and, let's face it, pretty boring, which is why robo-mowers were developed. And now there's the Trimbot, which could just be the next leap forward in automated garden maintenance.
The Ripsaw "luxury sports tank" is one of the most extreme and obnoxious vehicles we've ever laid our eyes on. But now, the technology's getting back to its military roots as a remote-controlled, multi-domain "wingman" for US Army operations.
Brain-boosting electrodes will soon become "like plastic surgery" as all we race to get cybernetic enhancements.
Companies hope they'll keep the sidewalks clear, but there's plenty of reason for skepticism.
With all the craziness happening in California politics, it is hard to determine the real reason why the State Legislature banned facial recognition software for the next 3 years. Nevertheless, Californians will enjoy a greater measure of privacy tha
It's likely that most people locked in our jails believe that with a better lawyer, a more lenient judge or a more understanding jury things might have been very different for them. Human error, they will say, is to blame for them being banged up.
It's not uncommon for factories to make use of robots to manufacture things like cars, each responsible for a different part of the build process.
Meet the super robots that are about to lap the world's fastest humans.
If Silicon Valley were to put a team of tech bros together on a project to merge computers and people, the lineup wouldn't be complete without car and rocket man Elon Musk and the Valley's most dubious robot, Mark Zuckerberg.
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Swedish manufacturer Scania has introduced a brand new "futuristic fully autonomous concept truck without a cab" called AXL, according to Tuvie.
'I'm not dying, I'm transforming': Doctor diagnosed with terminal motor neurone disease hopes to become the world's first true cyborg