17 robots will show off their skills at the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
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Cops crouch in the bushes nearby with a remote controller and make the robodeer flick its tail, move its ears, and turn its head.
It's always cool when engineers mimic the biological world.
NEC said it will rental plans for its PaPeRo robot will run as low as less than ¥10,000 per month.
We talk to the creator of a German painting bot that can adjust its own style on the fly.
Do androids scream of electric sheep?
Scientist will imbue robots with an actuator that functions similarly to a human heart, except instead of circulating blood, it pumps urine through the machine.
Autonomous vehicles are on the way, there's no doubt of that.
Also, Zima still exists.
If something can be automated, it will be.
This "affordable" humanoid could mean your robot best friend is getting closer to hanging out with you in your living room.
DJ Roomba? More like DJ BOMB SQUAD.
Between new machine-gunning robots and disturbing drone strike revelations, it's a bad month for the anti-robot crowd.
Plus they've got shovel capability!
The Salt Machine creates and destroys tiny worlds as you watch from a hot tub in Brooklyn.
Cockroaches are big business in China, and here in the states, we're turning them into cyborgs. The future, in other words, is going to be filled with cockroaches.
The Pentagon is studying machines that can decide by themselves to kill humans.
For Tao Xiangli, it was a natural segue from building his own submarine.
Don't get mad at me when you hear that buzzing in your dreams tonight.
Thousands government workers are ripe to be replaced by machines—surely the Tea Party knows this, and it lurks at the heart of their seemingly absurd act of shutting down the government.
MIT's M-Block team hopes that the simple shape and new locamotive principles will be scalable, potentially even shapeshifting and self-identifying.
As advanced as prosthetics now are, they still can't beat the real thing.