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The Navy has given researchers at Florida Atlantic University a $258,008 grant to study the movement of fish in order to enhance the motion of underwater vehicles.
Self-driving Ubers are now arriving in Pittsburgh as the company tests out its autonomous car development
An Android computer with a projector, smart ear piece and home assistant that can make you coffee.
Speaking in Berlin, Kaz Hirai provided an update on the project
Eight people have regained some voluntary muscle control and sensation after using brain-controlled robotics.
NASA's RoboGlove is coming back to Earth as a commercial product made by GM.
Service robots are taking over as walking aids for patients, farmers, and oil rig inspectors at the Automatica international trade fair in Germany.
High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has his sights set on building robots that can do housework, have conversations, and play games.
I tested out the First Law robot, which was build with the sole purpose of injuring its user. It's meant to start a serious discussion about AI.
Roboticist and artist, Alexander Reben, says he created the first robot build for the sole purpose of inflicting pain on people, all to get them talking about artificial intelligence.
Two companies are hoping to make underwater exploration accessible to everyone by building low cost, easy to use aquatic robots.
Meet BB-8 - the app-enabled Droid that's as authentic as it is advanced. Right now you can buy him on Amazon for 17% off his regular list price.
The highly rated Roomba 880 cleaning robot is currently discounted $105 and can be purchased via Amazon for $594.99.
If data science can be used to craft a brand-new beer, why shouldn't an autonomous droid deliver the accompanying pizza?
Hanson Robotics' latest prototype may one day deliver super-intelligence with a smile, but right now she's just kind of rude.
Picking up where Roomba leaves off, the Braava has three different cleaning modes to tackle challenges that just aren't appropriate for a robot vacuum cleaner.
With a firmware update and an app for your Apple Watch or Android Wear device, you'll be able to manage the Botvac from your wrist.
The Alpha 2 from UBTech might cost $1,300, but you have to pay to play in the pricey world of service droids.
Anyone who has ever watched a political debate has probably wished they could influence the words coming out of candidates' mouths. Now, machine learning is making that possible -- at least to some extent.
Let's face it—you're going to have as much fun with these toys as your kids will. And that's just fine.
Don’t set your expectations of its capabilities too high.