A woman paralyzed from the neck down has surprised researchers in Pittsburgh with her skillful use of a mind-controlled robotic arm.
You can carry the collective knowledge of humanity in your pocket with a smartphone, but domestic robots remain nearly as far-flung as they seemed decades ago. What happened?
Researchers at the UK's Cambridge University are taking seriously the potential threats posed to the human race by the likes of artificial intelligence and biotechnology with the planned opening of the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk.
Jealous of your cat's wagging tail? Thanks to the people behind the necomimi ears, soon you may be able to own one just as functional.
Inserting a robot that gets things wrong into a classroom environment may sound counterintuitive, but according to a new Japanese study, it's something that helps children learn.
The Olympics may already be a distant memory, but the RoboWorld Cup is happening right now, and what's more, Usain Volt is going for gold.
Meet Miimo, a new lawn-loving robot from Honda that mows the grass so you don't have to.
Chef Cui, the noodle-slicing robot, may quickly replace human workers in the field, with skills reportedly comparable to man himself.
California-based Double Robotics has come up with a piece of kit, called Double, that turns your iPad into a telepresence robot. Cost? $1,999.
Watching it wriggle along may creep some of you out, but truth be told, Meshworm is a remarkable piece of technology.
For only $5,000 you could be the lucky owner of a group of creepy musical robots.
A quadrilingual robot called Tawabo has made its first appearance on the observation deck of Tokyo Tower, meeting and greeting visitors from overseas in four different languages.
After decades of dreaming the Japanese can finally offer people customized giant robots.
Wanna build a better 'bot? Just swipe design cues from Mother Nature.
Have a look at the unfriendly robots tasked with destroying Alex Murphy in the upcoming Robocop remake.