Technically Incorrect: Can spiritual intelligence be artificial? Can a robot be the guide to your soul? Some monks in China think so. That's why they created a robot monk.
This Voltron set, inspired by the super robot from the '80s animated series, could become a reality if it gets enough votes on the Lego Ideas site.
This robot twists and twines under the water like a snake -- which is a good thing, since it's based on the real thing.
Meet Jia Jia, a new humanoid robot out of China that looks a lot like a real woman until you get closer and listen to the dulcet yet mechanical tones coming out of her mouth.
Another artificially intelligent bot arrives from Microsoft, but it can't seem to do its job very well. Also, Sharp's robot phone buddy Robohon is real, but doesn't come cheap.
Tiny self-propelled microbots can remove up to 95 percent of the lead in wastewater produced by industrial activity.
Look ma, no headlights! Ford tests its self-driving car in the dark. Also, a new Deebot robot vacuum cleans its own dirt bin (sort of), and the next Kindle e-reader may have a whole new design.
The strangely discomfiting inflatable drone can manoeuvre in any direction to pick up and drop off items.
Scientists have discovered a spider with a bite so fast that it can't possibly be powering the chomp with its muscles alone.
A prominent venture capital firm's investment in a delivery startup shows one more job category at risk of being automated out of existence.
Technically Incorrect: Researchers in California say we can be turned on by a robot. Is this the future of sex?
For these kids, games and cute robots are more than just fun. On World Autism Awareness Day, we look at some of the ways technology is improving the lives of those with the condition.
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