Technocrats will house us in buildings made by robots, feed us with food produced by robot farm workers, transport us in robot-driven vehicles, and now will police us with autonomous robot cops. Note that Google and IBM are collaborating on the AI ne
Robot journalism is the next big wave in media propaganda, in an effort to lower costs and increase output. The only problem is, who will trust stories generated by an AI robot? ? TN Editor
Elon Musk wants you to take your hands off the wheel, foot off the gas, and let him do the driving.
To stay ahead in the war for the skies, Boeing chases a simple goal: sell as many 737 jets as it can. Things get more complicated when it comes to building most popular commercial jet ever.
Machine intelligence is here, and we're already using it to make subjective decisions.
Think of it as the airborne cousin to the self-driving car: a robot in the cockpit to help human pilots fly passengers and cargo - and eventually even replace them.
Japanese researchers have come up with a way to make humanoid robots sweat like humans
A.I. experts Andrew Ng and Eric Horvitz discuss the future of artificial intelligence
For the first time, scientists have helped a paralyzed man experience the sense of touch in his mind-controlled robotic arm.
Gardens can be a double-edged sword: when they're thriving, so is the work required to keep them in shape.
IT'S HARD TO think of a single technology that will shape our world more in the next 50 years than artificial intelligence.
Another intensive hand-crafted industry is about to be taken over by robot automation. No national or global dialogue has yet taken place to discuss the desirability of destroying labor markets, or what to do when they are destroyed. Technocrats focu
Your next Fido just might be a robot.
Scared of superintelligent AI? You should be, says neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris -- and not just in some theoretical way.
A professor warns that nanny robots could cause "a number of severe attachment disorders that could reap havoc in our society." Technocrats vow to resist ethical constraints as they speed ahead to transform society in their own images. ? TN Edi
America is facing a trucker crisis. As it readies for the busy holiday delivery season, the industry is expecting to be short about 73,000 long-distance drivers, more than three times the shortage of 2005, and that could lead to delivery delays and
Let's face it: artificial intelligence is scary. After decades of dystopian science fiction novels and movies where sentient machines end up turning on humanity, we can't help but worry as real world AI continues to improve at such a rapid rate.
Welcome to MegaBots Season 1! We've created a YouTube series that follows the design, fabrication, and testing of America's first mech in preparation for the world's first Giant Robot Duel between us and Suidobashi Heavy Industry of Japan.