Put your feet up and let the droid handle it. Popular Mechanics first covered robotic mowers in detail in the September 2000 issue, in which contributing editor Rebecca Day asked, “Who needs to pay a to
“Revolutionary” may be an over-used adjective, but how else to describe the rapid evolution in mobility technology? Join us in San Jose, Calif., on May 14 for TC Sessions: Mobility 2020. Our second annual
With the Tokyo Summer Olympics rapidly approaching, 2020 is shaping up to be a big year for TRI-AD (Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development). Opened in 2018, the research wing is devoted to bringing
HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's largest property developer by sales Country Garden is planning to start mass production of construction robots next year to cut costs and raise efficiency, it said on Friday.
An entirely new being is swimming into the annals of science—a living robot designed by artificial intelligence. In a paper published earlier this week, computer scientists from the University of Vermont
NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries are rapidly developing “killer robots” - machines with artificial intelligence (AI) that independently kill - but are moving at a snail’s pace on agreeing
Could pigeons be the model for a new generation of flying robots? That's what the researchers who built PigeonBot, a robotic pigeon with actual feathered wings, seem to be betting. Having birdlike wings
Soft Robotics raises $23 million; robotics giant Fanuc joins round Startup Soft Robotics Inc. raised $23 million in funding as interest in integrating automation and robotics into industries such as packaging