Sixty years after the term "artificial intelligence" was coined, AI is starting to take its place alongside people.
As part of the Google Lunar X Prize competition, a Carnegie Mellon University team plans to send a robot to investigate the Apollo 11 landing site.
The Finch is a programmable two-wheeled bot with temperature and other sensors designed to get students interested in basic computer science.
Convert your Civic to all-electric with this Carnegie Mellon project called ChargeCar. But be prepared to invest serious cash.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency awards a $1 million cash prize to second-place Stanford, and $500,000 to third-place Virginia Tech.
Three teams finish DARPA's Urban Challenge, but a winner won't be named until Sunday.
DARPA eliminates as many as 24 teams in qualifying rounds before the big robot car race Saturday.
Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University develop a cutesy online game to teach people how to spot a so-called phishing scam before giving up personal information.