Scientists develop ultra-sensitive synthetic skin that mean big things for prosthetics and robotics.
Robotics may soon be powered by tree-inspired chips.
Mind control is the key to robot efficiency.
Jonathan Zornow, a freelance web developer, has accidentally stumbled upon an amazing feat -- make the world's first robotically-sewn garment.
Researchers can now create their own bots with a proven framework that uses 3D printing.
Roboticists take inspiration from bats in this new and compact drone that doesn't even need remote controls to fly.
Is there a better teacher than a WiFi-connected Albert Einstein?
Meet this next-level AI that can learn from experience and move with more flexibility.
The Chinese army has revealed their up-and-coming combat biomorphic robots. These are robots designed to not only look but also function like animals made of metals. On all fours and massive, biomorphic robots may be the future of warfare technology. What makes it worse is that China is not the only country that has them.
Mind control previously belonged to the realm of science fiction, but scientists from the University of Minnesota just made it possible. By introducing a major breakthrough that allows people to control a robotic arm using only their minds, the researchers believe this discovery has the potential to aid patients who suffer from paralysis or neurodegenerative diseases.
A new non-invasive brain-computer interface allows people to control a robotic arm using only their minds.
The term "robotic" is often used to describe mechanical, rigid, or abrupt movements. Researchers from Cornell University have found a way to redefine this description by developing a soft robot that could feel its surroundings internally in a very similar way to humans.
Researchers at Cornell University have created a robot that has the gentle touch of a human. Their paper which was recently published in the journal Science Robotics, the researchers outlined their invention known as the “Gentle Bot,” a soft robot hand that is capable of human touch.
NASA is currently studying a new type of material ideal for space robotic systems called Bulk Metallic Glass (BMG).