Researchers found that humans can empathize with robots in perceived pain in a similar manner as they do with human beings.
In a recent study, researchers evaluated how robots develop self-taught behaviors without any instructions.
At the Australian National University (ANU), researchers are using artificial intelligence to look into the hearts of turbulent and messy galaxies.
A newly created robot may be an expert at getting your attention.
Imagine machines that can learn more flexibly over time. Scientists have created a new way of doing machine learning that enables semantically related concepts to reinforce each other.
A supercomputer in Boston can accurately predict the death of a patient with a 96 percent accuracy rate.
Imagine a robot that can build other robots. Now imagine a "mother" robot that can test each of its "children" to see which ones perform the best at certain tasks. Now, this robot is real.
A robot may have passed a self-awareness test. Scientists have given three Nao robots and updated version of the classic "wise men puzzle" self-awareness test and one of them managed to pass.
Google's Deep Dream is probably one of the trippiest computer programs you're likely to see. All you have to do is upload an image, tell the program to look for patterns, and wait as Google reveals exactly what your picture looks like to it.
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.
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.