Technically Incorrect: Engineers at Stanford build little robots with big pulling power, using a design inspired by a real animal.
Humanoid robots are quickly becoming more like humans, and uh-oh, they're stealing our jobs.
This week on Crave, we meet some robots who make funny faces and other robots who make espresso. And Matthew McConaughey is crying just a little too hard over movie trailers.
Cornell University's PR2 robot is able to follow a set of instructions to use an espresso machine to autonomously make latte.
A robotic kitchen stocked with a database of 2,000 recipes becomes a high-tech personal chef.
Hanson Robotics' Han the robot made his debut at the Global Sources Electronics Fair, where he interacted with visitors, holding eye contact and conversation.
A feat of cosplay engineering results in a full-size walking TARS robot costume that uses aluminum and a pair of iPads to get the right look.
As part of a NASA-funded program, a needle-like robotic vehicle is plunging the icy depths at our planet's poles. Jupiter's moon Europa could be next.
Beautifully designed autonomous bionic ants work together to solve a common task, taking life lessons from their role models, actual insects.
Biology-inspired robotics company Festo has revealed its latest animal robots -- cooperative ants and lightweight butterflies.
Thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign, the "Olympics of robots" is back, once more invading San Mateo, Calif. The event will later be released as a Web series and DVD.
Drones are everywhere! Thanks in part to the fact that they can go just about anywhere. On the next CraveCast, the crew discusses life in drone world.
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