And yeah it's also pretty creepy.
YouTube video surfaces showing a Baxter robot providing haptic feedback for virtual reality.
“It could be used to eliminate someone, like ‘poof.’”
The fatal Tesla Autopilot crash earlier this month opened a new can of worms: How will our cities be designed to trick robots?
Just because something is unlikely, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be ready for it.
In the first episode of our video series ‘Can I Hack It?’ we get hands-on with a surgical robot mid-hack.
Red Hook, Brooklyn, is now home to Artmatr Inc., a lab where you can come with an idea for a painting and the bot will make it for you exactly as you please.
"Our robot is able to take much longer, faster steps than its flat-footed counterparts because it's replicating human locomotion."
Dallas police used a bomb robot to kill a suspect in what was "essentially a jury-rigged version of a drone strike"—where do we go from here?
The halting problem strikes again.