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MIT made an army of tiny, ‘virtually indestructible’ cheetah robots that can backflip and even play with a soccer ball — see them in...
MIT's Mini Cheetah robots can perform actions like backflipping, jumping, walking, and running. And they're said to be nearly indestructible.
A Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco study found that automation has played a major part in declining incomes.
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 revol...
The one-year-old startup Bright Machines just launched Bright Machines Microfactories. CEO Amar Hanspal explains what he learned from leading Autodesk
This funny but terrifying parody video about Boston Dynamics shows a robot learning to fight back against humans
The "Bosstown Dynamics" robot is tormented in a series of fake tests. When it starts to fight back, you don't know whether to cheer or be terrified.
Jeff Bezos explains why the library in his house has two fireplaces with two inscriptions: ‘dreamers’ and ‘builders’
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says there are dreamers and then there are builders. And the trick to a successful life is to be both of them.
Robert Downey Jr. has vowed to use robotics and AI to significantly clean up the Earth in the next decade
At his talk at Amazon's Machine Learning, Automation, Robotics and Space conference he announced a new initiative called Footprint Coalition.
This fruit-picking robot can pick up to 25,000 raspberries a day, and it could someday replace human workers
The robot is being developed by Fieldwork Robotics, the brainchild of Dr. Martin Stoelen, a lecturer in robotics at Plymouth University.
Facebook has finally revealed what its secretive robotics division is working on, and it could spark competition with rivals like Google and Apple
Facebook has taken the wraps off of its robotics projects for the first time, which it hopes will lead to advancements in artificial intelligence.
Drones have been good at dodging stationary objects for quite some time, but researchers are helping them get better at ducking moving obstacles.
This monstrous new 80-ton robotic battlefield bulldozer will keep US troops out of the ‘most dangerous place on the planet’
The breach is the last place you want troops to be, and this monstrous new unmanned vehicle is the key to keeping them out of harms way.