Imagine a robot that can be controlled with only your thoughts. Scientists have created a telepresence robot that can be controlled by a human brain.
This robot is sure to give you nightmares. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have created a cockroach-inspired robot that scurries across the ground and uses its body shape to maneuver through densely cluttered environments.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the ethical puzzles that a self-driving car may face in order to find out if the computerized system may cause deadly crashes in order to save more people at the end of the day.
Scientists have discovered that hawkmoths have the unique ability to slow down their brains when hovering in order to see better in the dark and to better target the swaying flowers that they look to for food.
Imagine a robot that learns like a child. That's exactly what two researchers have created-at least that's the idea. The new robot has to learn everything from scratch, starting from nothing.
Researchers have taken a closer look at these hummingbird-sized hawkmoths to find out what obstacles they have to overcome while feeding on nectar at night.
Minecraft isn't just a game; it may also be helping robotics. Scientists are using this video game to help develop a new algorithm to allow robots to better plan their actions in complex environments.
Scientists have created the MOTOMAN-MH24 robot, which has learned from and competed against Isao Machii, a five-time world record holder in the art of iaijyutsu, a combative quick-draw sword technique.
Scientists may have discovered the deepest high-temperature hydrothermal vents in the Pacific.
Imagine a robot that not only moves like a cheetah, but can also jump like one.
What happens if a robot is damaged in a dangerous area? It has to be able to adapt and now, scientists may have succeeded in creating a robot that does just that.