Tagged With Robotics

The rise, and fall, of the pizza robots

This robot 'dog' can climb ladders, a first for four-legged robots

The eerily lifelike robot dog 'Spot' is now working with the police

SoftBank created its own robot vacuum that uses self-driving car technology and costs $500 a month

MIT made an army of tiny, 'virtually indestructible' cheetah robots that can backflip and even play with a soccer ball — see them in action in this new video

Robots are shrinking American paychecks

An Aussie 'retail robotics' startup has launched a new ice cream bar in Melbourne where robots serve single scoops

This CEO explains why he left the top job at $36 billion Autodesk to head Bright Machines, a one-year-old robotics software startup that's revolutionising manufacturing

This funny but terrifying parody video about Boston Dynamics shows a robot learning to fight back against humans

Jeff Bezos explains why the library in his house has two fireplaces with two inscriptions: 'dreamers' and 'builders'

Robert Downey Jr. has vowed to use robotics and AI to significantly clean up the Earth in the next decade

This fruit-picking robot can pick up to 25,000 raspberries a day, and it could someday replace human workers

Facebook has finally revealed what its secretive robotics division is working on, and it could spark competition with rivals like Google and Apple

Watch this self-piloting drone effortlessly dodge a soccer ball being thrown at it in real time

This monstrous new 80-ton robotic battlefield bulldozer will keep US troops out of the 'most dangerous place on the planet'

Boston Dynamics bought a 3D vision startup to help make its warehouse robots a reality

This new Lego kit will help teach kids the basics of programming — and give them skills they can use in their future careers

This basketball-shooting robot is more accurate than Steph Curry from 3-point range

Boston Dynamics built a robot that makes Amazon's warehouse bots look primitive

Google is revitalizing its robotics division, according to report, but this time it will focus on AI-software instead of human-like mobility