Five years ago, the team of bioengineers developed bio-bots that could move thanks to a power supply provided by rat heart cells. Now, the team wants to help other bioengineers build biobots of their own.
Amazon started testing a high-tech "grab and go" grocery store in Seattle shortly after unveiling the concept toward the end of last year. But a new report suggests it's planning a much larger version run mainly by robots.
Boston Dynamics is known for its freakish four-legged robots, but the robotics manufacturer has outdone itself in its latest endeavor -- an experimental wheeled robot that came straight from your nightmares.
Gita wants to be your personal robot, carrying your stuff from A to B at speeds of up to 22 mph. The two-wheeled creation, which comes from the maker of Vespa scooters, can also follow a human or move along autonomously.
SoftBank's Pepper robot has been showing up at stores, train stations, and other facilities around the world since landing on the scene in 2015. Oakland International Airport is the latest place to extend an invitation.
Panasonic is testing service robots in Narita, Japan, though it says there are "no plans" to roll them out permanently. Still, we're closer than ever to the autonomous bots from our favorite sci-fi series.
Apple supplier Foxconn is moving away from human labor and toward full automation -- and it's doing so in three phases. The move is controversial, as the company has already eliminated thousands of jobs.
A standing committee of artificial intelligence experts has issued a report on realistic artificial intelligence and robotics applications. Public perception that robots could turn on us is 'far beyond' current capabilities.