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This level of autonomous swarming flight has never been done before. Continue reading →
The new sci-fi thriller raises intriguing questions about science, technology and artificial intelligence.
German researchers figure out how to stimulate leg muscles to remotely control someone walking in a park. No joke.
The ultimate kitchen gadget isn't a Ginsu knife.
Sure, rumors of iRobot’s lawnbot have been surfacing for nearly a decade now, but a recent FCC filing has unearthed new details.
Following the commands of a Curie-powered bracelet, spiderbots can change colors, pump fists and fall asleep.
Animals fly better than humans, swim better, run faster, and hop higher.
Google is looking to use algorithms to analyze on-screen images, highlight blood vessels and display critical information.
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