Courier Hermes is sending Starship Technologies' deliverybots to Southwark
We humans are an adaptable bunch, and we’ll surely find ways to occupy ourselves while the robots are off doing the heavy lifting.
Kids clearly aren’t being raised with a proper fear and respect of robots.
Whatever you’re imagining, it’s probably worse.
Arpeggio, a piano-playing robot that could easily perform at Carnegie Hall, is the over-achieving childhood musician your parents secretly always wanted. Read More >>
Really cool, but rather terrifying.
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The robot’s unique design allows it to navigate a world that’s been mostly designed for creatures that walk on two legs.
We know very little about our planet’s seafloor, but that’s poised to change as autonomous underwater scouting technology gets better and better.
The Teleport can represent you in meetings when you can't leave the house. Super...!
We’re not yet capable of building humanoid robots that are indistinguishable from biological humans, but that doesn’t mean we’re not trying.
The robotic sleeve could open up new treatment options for people who have suffered a cardiac arrest.
At no point in the history of humanity did anyone ever ask for a bagpipe-playing robot that would never get tired. But this is exactly what Instructables’ XenonJohn has built. Read More >>
We’re living in a brave new future here, folks.