Is it better to drive or be driven? Or, can you have your cake and eat it too?
Researchers create a machine that vomits to study how virus particles emitted when someone throws up can spread through the air and infect others. They had us at "a machine that vomits."
Technically incorrect: In Monday's announcement of its new music service, Apple is clinging to the hope that people still want to be people and want to believe in other people, rather than in the supremacy of the machines.
Hundreds of millions of people already use the predictive-keyboard app, but Microsoft's real interest lies in its artificial intelligence.
As machines increasingly sense what's going on and take action on their own, robots are blending into the world of humans, a robotics group leader says.
Technically Incorrect: Speaking in Massachusetts, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says humans lost to the machines 200 years ago and that putting computers in a classroom doesn't make kids smarter.
Researchers have designed a robot that makes humans feel the illusory presence of a non-existent "ghost".
CEO of SpaceX and Tesla suggests superintelligent machines might one day decide the solution to spam is a world devoid of humans.
How much do humans supervise the machines that participate in customer service? One person's experience with Blue Shield of California suggests: "Not much at all."
CNET UK pits the world's most advanced robots against one very sleep-deprived tech reporter covering CES.