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3D Printed DIY Robot Makes Debut in Romania

A French designer has shown his humanoid DIY robot to the public for the first time.The life-size plastic model responded to English-language commands Friday,...

A Robot Cop Is Now Patrolling the Streets of Dubai –...

The Dubai Police have a new recruit patrolling its streets today, but it's not a graduate of the UAE's Police Academy. This one was...

Star Wars Turns 40, Still Inspires Real-Life Space Junkies

It was 40 years ago today, on 25 May 1977, that first burst onto cinema screens, and from that time the world changed for...

Why Do We Want Robots to Destroy Us So Badly?

The best part about science fiction, besides the explosions, space explorations, and psychotic aliens is the fact that it reveals our most human fears....

London’s new air traffic control tower won’t have people inside

Imagine a busy air traffic control tower in the heart of a big city... with no-one inside. That's coming to London soon. London City...

The World’s First Robot Police Officer Just Debuted in Dubai

From fast food cooks to concierges at restaurants and hotels, robots are slowly infiltrating the workforce in nearly every industry. Most recently, the world...

‘Human Robots’: a Look Behind the Scenes at Elon Musk’s Tesla...

"Expectations that everything will work properly and flawlessly is one of the diseases of the modern humankind and nothing more," observer Ruslan Karmanov wrote...

This Is What DARPA Thinks the Future of War Will Look...

You're looking at the official rendering of DARPA's 'Squad X', the agency's latest combat research initiative. So it's not a screenshot from Call...

Robots could wipe out another 6 million retail jobs

Robots have already cost millions of factory jobs across the nation. Next up could be jobs at your local stores. Between 6 million...

The Hotel Industry Is Becoming More High-Tech

The seemingly unstoppable rise of tech-driven home-sharing behemoth Airbnb has put the hotel industry on high alert. To differentiate themselves in an increasingly crowded...