World's largest open robot competition includes soccer, kung-fu and even bartending bots.
By examining the wings of birds and bats, researchers from Stanford created a mechanism that could allow future flying robots to easily squeeze between obstacles.
A quadrotor with wheels can scale walls like Spider-Man, but also defy gravity by flying back to its spot if it falls.
A presentation at the 2015 SXSW Interactive Festival showcases the lighter side of advanced robotics.
Atrias withstands kicking, pushing and a barrage of dodgeballs with impeccable balance and ease.
Innovative CoWriter program encourages learning-by-teaching with two-foot-tall friendly robots.
pReporter Ashley Dvorkin speaks with futurist Gray Scott about artificial intelligence in movies like Neill Blomkamp's Chappie, which opens Friday.
What if humans could speak to computers the same way they speak to other humans?
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