No, robots will not take all our jobs -- at least not in the near future. That’s one of the main messages from a research article published by the McKinsey Global Institute. Another takeaway is that CEOs have more to fear from automation…
The robots are taking over, at least it might seem that way if you spend most of your time in fitness centers in Singapore. The city-state is now using RoboCoach – a fitness-focused android – to help its oldsters stay in shape.
Volvo and other parties have announced a new joint project called ROAR, which stands for Robot-based Autonomous Refuse handling. As you may have guessed, it involves using automated machines for garbage collection.
Rather than patrolling the skies and giving you a birds-eye view of the world, this beast scuttles along the ground and lets you to explore places that would typically be of reach for an airborne drone.
Japan's Spread Vegetable Factory is working on a novel way of producing high quantities of lettuce using factory automation. The plant will be able to produce 30,000 heads of lettuce in a single day starting in summer 2017 with a goal of…
Earlier this month, Boston Dynamics' founder Marc Reibert gave a presentation at the FAB 11 Conference at MIT -- a presentation that happened to feature some unreleased footage of what the company has been working on lately.
Special guest Eric Tsoi of Pear Design joins us this week to discuss his company's insane new wireless earbuds, plus lawnmowing and beer-delivering robots, and Samsung's sweet new Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy Edge Plus.