Artificial intelligence runs amok at CES, so we sat down with one of the pioneers in the field of A.I., David Hanson of Hanson Robotics, to discuss his latest humanoid robot and some of her real-world applications.
A new and tiny pill-sized device developed by researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, is actually a functioning ingestible gas sensor that could one day help save you from a severe gut-related problem.
Not far from CES 2018, drone enthusiasts assemble at the Aerodrome for the annual Drone Rodeo, a showcase for the latest innovations in drone technology, and a place for ace drone pilots to strut their skills.
Insta360 showed off a prototype camera at CES that could finally break into the realm of true VR, allowing viewers to move throughout a scene with six degrees of freedom as if controlling the camera in real time.
Would you sleep with a robot, if it promised to cure insomnia, and leave you better rested? That’s the idea behind the Somnox sleep robot, and we leapt into bed with it for a single night to find out if it worked.
Power plant for the people! The architect responsible for Google's stylish London HQ is also behind an ambitious project for a power plant that the public can ski down. It's set to open at the end of 2018.