Will this super vague competition help the Hyperloop become a reality?
The RealDoll, created by Matt McMullen in 1996, allows customers to order custom-made sex dolls that can be modified for hair color,...
A team of researchers at Harvard just figured out how to "cyborgize" mice brains.
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These Robots may one day save your life. Get to know the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finalists.
A funny video shows robots using their whole "bodies" to push large objects.
From beating cancer to delivering information right to your brain, Nanobots are going to change humanity forever.
MIT's "cheetah" robot becomes the first robot to jump over hurdles on its own.
Boeing and the U.S. military are currently testing prototypes for laser weapons, like those used in Star Trek or Star Wars.
The proposed Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) has been the subject of awe, controversy, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mix-ups (just...
This tractor beam-like robot analyzes fruit flies so humans don't have to.
Professor Yuval Noah Harari believes that cyborgism is the next stage of human evolution.
From Ultron to the Cybermen, sci-fi tells us that "ethical robots" could easily decide to eliminate humanity for the greater good.
Will Stephen King's inflammatory predictions come true?
Why is science fiction more concerned with a robot's feelings than its intelligence?
Virtual reality headsets will be commercially available from Oculus Rift starting next year.
A new report claims that there are millions of pieces of debris circling our planet, and scientists are planning everything from...
An Oxford neuroscientist and AI expert discusses how close engineers are to "artificial consciousness."
NASA's EM drive caused controversy in the scientific community, as it may allow vehicles to go at near-relativistic speeds, but a new...
Tiny robots called "MicroTugs" can pull objects many orders of magnitude greater than their own weight.