For a movie that deals with consciousness, artificial intelligence and the forces of evil, Chappie doesn't take itself too seriously.
At a press conference for media who had just watched a screening of Neill Blomkamp's movie Chappie, some bizarre questions were traded, including whether Wolverine could take on Batman.
New research examines how the insect controls its spin while jumping to reach a target.
Ultra-customised products build themselves while car parts talk to each other in Europe's automated factories.
"We could take our pattern, put it onto your avatar, adjust the program so it's a perfect fit and print it out."
Computers are replacing semiskilled workers, leading to gross inequality.
Les Baugh, who lost his arms 40 years ago, has now moved several objects using his brain
Eric Schmidt says the real concern is about educating people how to use computers
Scientists are developing artificial intelligence so sophisticated that they think relationships – both platonic and sexual – will become commonplace within our lifetimes
In a game of catch up with the natural world, half-insect, half-machine drones are big news in computer engineering
Researchers have designed a robot that transforms from a flat sheet to a 3-D machine