Robotic wing that can recover from mid-air collisions

By examining the wings of birds and bats, Stanford University physicists have created a robotic wing that can recover from mid-air collisions.

Super-fast bipedal robot may set world record

US researchers have developed a two-legged robot modelled after birds which aims to become the fastest bipedal robot in the world.

Now, roly-poly, untethered, combustion-powered robot that jumps

A new study has revealed about a novel, fully untethered soft robot capable of repeated jumping and is able to cover half a meter in a single hop-and-roll motion.

California hotel gets Robot butler to serve guests

California hotel gets Robot butler to serve guests.

New robot as teaching aid
New robot as teaching aid

Researchers have presented a new teaching tool called CoWriter that makes a robot play the role of the peer who needs to be taught.

Software developed for robots to aid dementia patients

A group of Japanese developers has created software for robots that will monitor and help dementia patients in their daily lives, media reported Monday.

Robots bad news for humans, finds study
Robots bad news for humans, finds study

 Fascinating as they may look and sound, but robots in the long run, are bad news for humans, a new study warns.

Robotic technology to assist brain surgery

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi will soon set up robotic technology which will assist a broad range of surgical interventions to treat Parkinson and Epilepsy, brain tumours, haemorrhagic strokes and endoscopic surgery of the brain.

Now, household robots that can do your 'laundry'
Now, household robots that can do your 'laundry'

 A team of artificial intelligence (AI) researchers has demonstrated a robot that is capable of doing laundry without any specific knowledge of what it has to wash.

Talking Japanese space robot back on Earth
Talking Japanese space robot back on Earth

A pint-sized Japanese robot that became the first android to converse with an astronaut in space has returned to Earth after 18 months in orbit, project organisers said Thursday.

Now, robots turn 'killers'

A Korean woman has recently claimed that her vacuum cleaner robot tried to eat her head.

Cheaper robots could replace more factory workers: Study
Cheaper robots could replace more factory workers: Study

The falling cost of industrial robots will allow manufacturers to use them to replace more factory workers over the next decade while lowering labor costs, according to new research.

Scientists working on robotic exoskeletons to make them well-fitted for humans

Scientists are tailoring robotic exoskeletons to make them a perfect fit for humans.

PCs to fade away, robots to 'take over' and serve people by 2045

About 30 years ago the personal computer began to make its way into regular use and it went on to transform society and the way humans live their lives.

Thinking robots may replace traffic wardens, estate agents in next 50 years
Thinking robots may replace traffic wardens, estate agents in next 50 years

A new study has recently revealed that sophisticated thinking robots may soon take up jobs as traffic wardens, estate agents and careers within the next 50 years.

Now, robotic car parking system!

Now, robotic car parking system!

New algorithm to help household robots 'see' better
New algorithm to help household robots 'see' better

MIT scientists have developed a new algorithm that could enable household robots to better identify objects in cluttered environments.

Robots learn how to cook via YouTube videos
Robots learn how to cook via YouTube videos

Researchers have found a way to allow robots to learn how to cook by watching videos on YouTube.

Robots may make lawyers history by 2030!
Robots may make lawyers history by 2030!

A new study has revealed that robots may soon make lawyers obsolete, as the state of the legal profession in 2030 doesn't look good.

Google replaces 'annoying' CAPTCHAs with single click feature
Google replaces 'annoying' CAPTCHAs with single click feature

Internet search giant Google is reportedly doing away with the annoying 'CAPTCHA' that forced users to confirm they are humans by typing in barely legible words and numbers.