Fed by Reddit and Mechanical Turks, the algorithmic morality spinner is a dangerous and stupid use of technology.
The biodegradable fliers are the size of sand grains, and could be used to track airborne pathogens, monitor pollution, or collect scientific data.
“Spot’s Revenge” is just a robot dog with a paintball gun, but Boston Dynamics is having none of it.
Coco’s delivery platform offers a cheap experience by cutting out as many costs as possible. That means people.
A viral video of a dentist training robot sent me on a search for its origins.
With no telling when the pandemic may end, similar technologies have been on the rise.
Finally, 30 governments agree to it.
Turns out, it’s not killer robots or attack drones we need to be as worried about.
MSN robots can't make fine discriminations for a startlingly vast audience of readers. What they can do, and why they're asked to do it, is unclear.
This marks the first time the company has made any of its robots available for sale.