The dodecahedron could help us understand the weird, weird life deep under the ocean.
The RSTAR can't stop, won't stop.
The bot takes the plant for walks and announces when it needs to be watered.
Good luck hiding behind that table.
Just don't expect your message to get written quickly
The HAMR is tiny and amphibious. That was hard to do.
A new drone from the University of Tokyo brings versatility and adaptability to flying robots.
Working closely with psychologists, the bot can consistently show feeling.
Using techniques similar to sophisticated tech already in use, she's gotten noticed by 3M.
An advanced prosthetic comes equipped with a motor and sensors to adjust to stairs or uneven ground.
Robot handlers and their specialty bots practice investigating downed planes in this annual rodeo in New Mexico.
Notice an error and your brain will automatically respond.
Someday, AI robot assistants might be able to make you a coffee after watching you do it.
Astro Teller on the potential of artificial intelligence.
Stickman is designed to study how humans move and spin in the air.
These robots can only do one thing: move forward. That doesn't stop them from achieving much more together.
One big flap for robotic animals everywhere.
Autonomous navigation shows the potential for a robo guard dog.
The storied program is still trying to push the envelope.
Amazon hopes its home robot will go on sale sometime in 2019.
The Robo-Welder and Robo-Buddy, with twisting and turning mechanical arms, will be deployed at construction sites later this year.
If robots can successfully build Ikea furniture, there's nothing they can't do.
They slither, they click and clatter, they whirl and they crawl...watch these 3D-printed robot critters come to li
Chicago non-profit Urban Rivers is designing a robot that lets anyone, anywhere in the world, help make their river cleaner.
Na na na na na na na na batbot!
Robotics is mostly failure and a little pure joy.
SoFi gets up close and personal with its research subjects.