The Atlas robot can navigate rough terrain and self-right itself if it falls.
Developed by EPFL scientists, the fingers use electrostatic to grip fragile and hard-to-grasp objects.
The robot will clean up highly radioactive spots too dangerous for humans to enter.
The company that used to be Google Life Sciences is partnering with Johnson & Johnson.
Sharp's humanoid smartphone recognizes your face, dances to music and hails taxis.
If responsive, connected technology is all around you, who needs a smart phone?
Most of us are condemned to work ever harder in order to compensate for lost earnings due to the labor-replacing technologies.
A YouTube comedian of some sort may have been responsible.
British team crashes out in second round of tournament, held in China
Surgeons used robotic arms to conduct a kidney transplant.
The hottest trend in tech: blaming Silicon Valley for our problems.
AMC and Channel 4's adaptation of a Swedish network drama becomes a mindful meditation on ethics, artificial intelligence and, yes, humanity.
The 22-year-old contractor was installing the robotic arm inside a operating cage.
Now on sale, the computerized companion Pepper, which can respond with its own simulations of emotion.
The "Ex Machina" director has "huge affection" for Ava, the Artificially Intelligent co-star of his fascinating film.
Humanity is on the cusp of developing fully autonomous weapons capable of picking their own targets.
Sony abandoned its robot dog Aibo, but owners still search for parts to keep pets alive.
For a movie that deals with consciousness, artificial intelligence and the forces of evil, Chappie doesn't take itself too seriously.