No harm ever came from making giant robotic earthworms
Boffins have emerged from their smoke filled labs having created giant robotic earthworms.
I for one welcome our cappucino delivering overlords
Robots could help people observe social distancing in public by taking jobs from humans.
They will obey the right sort of droid
Boffins have discovered that dogs will obey commands given to them by a robot.
MIT comes up with some numbers
A study co-authored by an MIT professor puts firm numbers on the trend towards robotic workers replacing humans and found that there is a real impact — although one that falls well short of a robot takeover.
They can't get sick
The crisis in the Italian health service is proving a good testing ground for robotic medical staff.
Colder nights draw in for the new tech
While AI has been big news for the last decade, researchers in the field warn that the industry is about to enter a new and much quieter phase.
Does speed kill?
At Huawei's “Innovation Day” in Paris, earlier this week, Francois Barrault, chairman of IDATE Digiworld, made some interesting comparisons between robots and human beings, focusing on the five senses.
People talking to robots not people
Sales of devices that talk to you, switch off your lights, lock your door and regulate how hot and cold you get will show increased growth between now and 2023.
Poor humans will be exterminated
Robots are expected to take over some 20 million manufacturing jobs worldwide by 2030, extending a trend of worsening social inequality while increasing total economic production, a new study shows.