Elon Musk’s “neural lace” project will link the human brain with artificial intelligence to help achieve a symbiotic human-and-machine relationship.
A group of researchers from the Imperial College London is planning to build a robotic vagina to help doctors-in-training to master the ins and outs of the woman's reproductive organ during a gynecological exam.
A sexbot conference in Manchester, Britain discusses the possibility of intimate relationships in the digital age, specifically robots. In the near future, robots may have the ability to have sex with human beings or perform sex acts using virtual reality devices. Because of this, the question is: will robots be better in bed?
Technology has greatly affected our lives over the years. Now, a study from Stanford University has revealed how artificial intelligence (A.I.) may change people's lifestyle -- from transportation, employment, health and household chores -- by the year 2030.
A soft, rubber-like robot powered by farts? It's all real! A team of Harvard scientists has created the first ever octobot, a squishy autonomous robot that's powered by gas under pressure such as hydrogen peroxide.
Scientists are approaching a major breakthrough in artificial intelligence that could enable machines to understand human emotions.
Stephen Hawking has raised his concerns about a future robot upsurge and how humankind poses a big threat to the environment if they do not clean up their act.
Researchers developed an artificial nervous system that allows them to feel and react to certain classification of pain, making it safer for the robots and their human co-workers.
The robot arrived at the University of Edinburgh, where The Centre for Robotics will "teach" and improve its skills in preparaiton for its mission to Mars.
Smart Tissue Autonomous Robot (STAR) outperformed both the experienced surgeon and robot-assisted surgery (RAS).
Created with the help of Elon's non-profit organization, OpenAI, they released an open source toolkit to train artificial intelligence in various "environments" and enhance their reinforced learning algorithms.
Robot mermaids exist! Researchers from Standford University have created a humanoid robot or robot mermaid to explore sunken treasures and relics.
After solving and controlling the mechanisms responsible for a cockroach's mobility, researchers from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) believe these findings could be applied to helping the handicapped walk, building more stable robots, and improving autonomous vehicles.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and University of Texas have developed a soft robotic hand embedded with sensors. They say it will be more adept at handling things and understanding what it is touching.