There is nothing weirder than a robot asking you to touch its butt. Although it may sound a little weird, the anthropomorphization and proliferation of robots paved the way for Stanford scientists to consider it.
A study from Georgia Tech examined whether or not we trust robots too much in dire situations.
The new Boston Dynamics Atlas robot won't be pushed around by humans. The new rendition of the robot can keep its balance far better than previous models.
Gross, roach-inspired robots may help during natural disasters. Scientists have created the CRAM robot, which can crawl even when squashed to half its size.
An exoskeleton may help the paralyzed to walk again.
A team of scientists have created a 'robotic finger' that picks up soft and fragile objects.
It turns out that while senior citizens will accept robots as helpers, they're far less likely to give up control to the machines.
You can now grow lettuce with the help of a few robots. A Japanese-based firm will be opening one of the world's first "robot run" farms.
Scientists have created a firefighter drone that flies and can crawl up walls. The new robot could be huge when it comes to battling fires in skyscrapers and other tall buildings.
Scientists have created microrobots that can be controlled by a technology that can be likened to "mini force fields."
A remote-controlled robot may be able to inspect suitcase bombs in order to keep humans free from danger-and the blast radius.