--pointing to the sky and 'taking the knee' during a test in Yokohama
Space robotics startup GITAI and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) are teaming up to produce the world's first robotics demonstration in space by a private company.
A team of researchers at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has built a bionic device that they say can restore vision to the blind through a brain implant.
Robots are an increasingly common sight in stores, helping customers carry their shopping, keeping track of stock and mapping the layout.
A human-like robot called Pepper can now detect whether people are wearing a mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The UK Guardian published an editorial written entirely by an AI language generator called GPT-3.
...avoid destroying humankind."
The quadrupedal robots secured the perimeter of a base during a recent test of the USAF's Advanced Battle Management System.
A couple of years ago, we heard how Ford was supplying its assembly plant employees with an assistive exoskeleton called the EksoVest. Now, the maker of that device has unveiled a lighter and limberer but just as capable model.
Driverless ships don't have to worry about crowded roads. And they don't need bunks--or toilets.
Neuralink is recruiting for great engineers to make brain repair affordable and reliable. They implanted brain read-write devices into brains in pigs. They have received emergency FDA approval in July and will soon implant into humans in clinical tri
Remember the giant, human-controlled Prosthesis mech suit?
There are now several robots that are designed to accompany and assist ground-based army troops. Those machines could soon have a new ability – detecting changes in the environment that may be missed by soldiers.
The White House has announced additional funding for Artificial Intelligence and Quantum computing research.
The USPTO rejected two patents applications written by a "creativity engine" named DABUS. Now a lawsuit raises fundamental questions about what it means to be creative.
Shape-Shifting-Self-Healing-Robotic Planes Can Defeat Our Best Pilots
Dan Belov from DeepMind gave an overview of AI Research. He says for AI we should abandon our complex reliable processors for smaller, less reliable but much cheaper ones.
"It's a giant leap," said DARPA's Justin (call sign "Glock") Mock.
Algorithms are competing in simulated showdowns that hint at the future of aviation.
Lifelike 'companion animals' are now offering the elderly all the feel-good perks of pet ownership, but without the drawbacks.
Major U.S. financial services company Capital One has filed a new patent application for a cryptocurrency analysis and trading system that will attempt to predict crypto market trends and generate trading decisions using artificial intelligence (AI).
BIO UPGRADABLE Meet the super-rich 'biohackers' turning into cyborgs with in-built armour and injecting teenagers' BLOOD to stay young
OpenAI's GPT-3 is the most powerful AI language model ever.
Mask compliance gets creepier.
Autopilot has been around longer than you think. Indeed, in 1914, just 11 years after the Wright Brothers first ushered humanity into the aviation age, a fellow named Lawrence Sperry built a gyroscopic self-stabilization system into a Curtiss C-2.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke with Automotive News Publisher Jason Stein in the first of a three-part interview.
Alexa, have a heart! British company develops artificial voice that can speak with 'deep human emotion' -- and even cry
The strangest part of Matthew Helderman's video call came when he bit into an apple. Or rather, what followed.
Seen any 6-wheel delivery robots trekking about Snohomish County or Irvine, California?
AI experts release eerie deepfake video of Richard Nixon 'announcing the failure of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing' to prove how real they can seem