Japanese authorities on Thursday will send a robot inside the Fukushima nuclear plant to study its condition.
Nearly 250,000 jobs in Britain’s public sector could be replaced by websites and artificially intelligent “chat bots” in the near future, leading to higher efficiency in the sector, a new report said. Continue reading Robots could replace 250,000 British public jobs soon: Report
Engineers have fabricated transparent gel-based robots that move when water is pumped in and out of them and can perform tasks like grabbing and releasing a live fish.
A new self-contained robot that mimics the key flight mechanisms of bats has been developed by scientists.
Robots about the size of a beer cooler could soon be rolling down Virginia sidewalks to deliver sandwiches, groceries or packages.
Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are increasingly machines.
Scientists are developing a robotic sleeve that can encase a flabby diseased heart and gently squeeze to keep it pumping.
Donald Trump has been crowing as companies including Ford renounce plans to move factories to Mexico. But the main beneficiaries of this shift back to the US aren’t saying much by way of celebration — industrial robots don’t tend to speak.
Highlighting the importance of data and smart and connected solutions in transforming the retail industry, Intel has unveiled Simbe Robotics Tally — the world’s first robotic autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution for retail.
As members of the European Union back a draft resolution to grant legal status to robots, in order to understand this proposal one needs to look at corporations which carry legal responsibility but aren’t recognised as having human rights or seen as individuals, say experts.