Dubbed the "Digidog", the 70-pound machine is equipped with lights, cameras and two-way communication.
The Tesvor S6 is a competitively priced smart vacuum that scoops up dirt, dust and hair with ease—a robot assistant to help with daily chores. But does it deserve a place inside your home?
General Motors and Nikola have been in ongoing talks about a potential partnership deal worth $2 billion.
"The aim is to have the ability for scientists to do much more ambitious and interesting chemistry. You still need the scientist," a professor involved in the years-long AI project told Newsweek.
Developed in collaboration with technology firm Carnegie Robotics, executives say the modified Liberty SC50 machines are designed to kill microbes in high-traffic areas across the airport.
Robot Boris's dancing skills raised suspicion among technology aficionados.
"The fourth industrial revolution is possibly the most important challenge facing our nation over the next 10, 20 to 30 years," a committee chair said.
"This is not the kind of business I would like to see in Houston," the mayor said in a statement.
MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory may soon put an end to boring chores.
The active exoskeleton will be part of the third-generation soldier armor, slated to be completed in 2025.
The Kalashnikov Concern's "controlled bipedal walker" has been turning heads at the Army 2018 show near Moscow.
About 30 percent of participants would not turn off a robot that begged them not to.
The Army Futures Command is set to expedite the process in which soldiers get their hands on new weapons, including hypersonic missiles, lasers and robots.
It's a 90-pound robot that resembles the frame of a Rottweiler.
Siri appeared to mistake the British Defense Secretary's utterance of the word "Syria" with its own name, and began speaking to him mid-sentence.
Russia's "Terminator" made its military debut last year in Syria and now the latest installment is set to include controlled air burst shells.
The battlefield may never be the same again after humans followed remote-controlled military vehicles into battle.
The idea behind Shapeshifter is that a handful of individual units would work together to create a variety of modular designs, each with a different skill.
The U.S social network has had mixed results with robotics in the past.