A freakishly humanoid robot, a crazy concept car, walls made of algae and the world's biggest glass skywalk are about to come your way. Click on.
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.
Although robots exhibit a number of human and superhuman traits on-screen, real-life ones may be just as thrilling.
pReporter Ashley Dvorkin speaks with futurist Gray Scott about artificial intelligence in movies like Neill Blomkamp's Chappie, which opens Friday.
As the Japanese population ages, caregiving is going to the robots.
The infiltration of machines in human society won't be sudden and terrifying, but rather innocuous.
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