Quite a few autonomous technologies, including vehicles, boats, cars and even golf carts, popped up this week -- perhaps on their own.
The adorable hitch-hiking robot ended its summer trip across the U.S. after only 300 miles, destroyed by vandals outside of Philly. Continue reading →
A collaboration between NASA, Flirtey and Virginia Tech has received approval from the FAA to deliver pharmaceuticals via drones.
Current international humanitarian laws do not address the development of lethal robotic weapons.
The Cicada drones are being designed for a range of missions and can be outfitted with light-weight sensors, including microphones.
MIT's cognitive seabots are designed to plan autonomously and work together like ... well, like the crew from Star Trek, actually. Continue reading →
The self-learning software could be used to control autonomous cars and improve stock market and weather forecasting.
We're all aglow this week with tech that glows.
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