A few stickers could keep a driverless car from correctly identifying a street sign.
With one big insight, Nathan Seidle was able to whittle a four-month safecracking job into a 15-minute one.
Autonomous sushi delivery? Sign us up.
The Guardian is designed to capture the hordes of lionfish devastating reefs and fish populations in the Atlantic Ocean.
The Int-Ball, which can be controlled from Earth, will free up time astronauts would otherwise spend photographing their work.
Is your risk level "doomed" or "totally safe"?
The makers of the GermFalcon claim it kills 99 percent of the bacteria in a plane cabin in five minutes.
A new dataset makes use of the fact that on Reddit, users tag their own comments as sarcastic.
"I got 99 problems / But learning by imitation from human-human interactions ain't one."
Grocery warehouses could one day be totally robotic.
What this barista lacks in warmth it makes up for in efficiency.
Look to these brilliant women for what to expect from the robots of tomorrow.
While science-fiction continues to give robots a bad rap by portraying them as power-hungry overlords-in-waiting, tech companies continue to engineer humanoids that have a more altruistic goal: making our lives a little easier.