The deteriorating environmental situation has prompted scientists to create new flying AI systems.
Carnegie Mellon University has developed a robotic arm design with an attached paintbrush.
How often do children or animals accidentally swallow foreign objects that can only be retrieved with abdominal surgery?
Scientists from the University of Tsukuba have developed a robot helping people deal with negative emotions after receiving unpleasant messages.
How often do you see robots in science fiction films made from iron, aluminum, or a fictional metal like adamantium...? However, what about robots made from living organisms?
The model will be called Optimus. Its development is scheduled to start in 2023.
Scientists have based their work on the body structures of kangaroos, frogs, and other jumping animals.
The vehicle combines outstanding performance with high off-road ability, making it one of the most appealing models in the market.
Engineered Arts have released a demo video featuring the Ameca robot. In the video, the robot realistically mirrors human emotions.
The device is called RoboBee X-Wing; it is only 5cm long and has a 3.5cm wingspan.
Experts from two universities (Minnesota and Carnegie-Mellon) have made a real breakthrough in noninvasive robot control.
One small catch - the blood isn’t real. A liquid electrolyte courses through the robot’s veins, serving as a source of energy.