Crooning robot head out of Taiwan can read music faster than the average human head, its creators say. It might be less terrifying if attached to a body, though.
Researchers are developing bots that mimic infant behavior to further study human development. They also seem intent on creating the creepiest baby robot ever.
"War Games" and the original "Dark Shadows" are among the dozens of movies and TV shows set to expire, according to a list posted to Reddit.
If a whole robot baby is too much for you, consider a robot baby head. Affetto, meant to aid in child development studies, is cute enough to be in the next Chucky film.
Residents of Chicago recently got an eyeful of the BMW i3 electric car when it was driven through a Chicago suburb, a year ahead of launch.
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Robots being co-developed by Georgia Tech can scoot along the floor and map out the interior of a building by sharing data.
The forecast for cloudy days at work may have just improved with a "luminous ceiling" from Fraunhofer Institute that mimics outdoor lighting inside the workplace.
Researchers aim to give robots a more human-like face with a system that beams 3D images onto the back of a transparent plastic mask. The effect? You decide.
This bot in white will apparently respond to voices and, according to the site literature, freely share secrets of the groom to liven up the party.