Be good, drive good.
More like us, in other words.
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but cats don’t run on microprocessors. I think.
A gripping tale.
No code? No problem!
The time where we could speak about ‘robots taking our jobs’ at the future tense has passed.
Whether you agree to the idea or not, the bots sure are awesome.
Be like us, but not us.
One award-winning company is back in style with another crazy robot.
An important incursion into bot sociology.
After a factory in Dongguan, China, replaced most of its workers with robots, it witnessed a spectacular rise in productivity.
Robots are getting smarter and smarter.
“Cold enough to shatter robots” is pretty cold in my book.
Sawyer can do just about anything, even ‘wink’.
To be fair, students will do insane things for food.
The ’60s were very creative.
A stingray created from living rat cells blurs the line between technology and nature.
Inspired by ants, researchers mimicked the insects’ individual super strength and collective hive mind in tiny robots. Each weighs only 0.2 pounds, but six were enough to tow a 3,900 pound-car, with one of the researchers seated as well.
The world of robotics is extremely exciting. Everyday we come closer to building R2-D2, Terminators, and the Iron Giant. The days of having a Betamax, our “personal healthcare assistant” are even closer still, thanks to robotics in healthcare.