Author Jay Cradeur raises some questions about what we know and what we think we know.
Testing robots in the lab is boring. In Japan, robots are being tested in a wrestling match.
AMC’s new series, “Humans”, premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c, inspires us to ponder the very essence of love.
Anne Thériault wonders if human-like robots would help people move past stereotypes, or whether they’d only reinforce them. AMC’s new series, “Humans” premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c, offers an opportunity to explore that question.
What would happen if there were a machine that looked human, but could remember every word you ever said? AMC’s new show “Humans” premiering on Sunday, June 28th at 9/8c offers us a chance to find out.
Patrick Sallee reviews this week’s ‘Art of Humanity’ podcast on futurology.
After sitting through the glitchy mess that was Chappie, Alex Yarde is convinced Robocop and Johnny Five should never reproduce.
How a robot traveled 6,000km across Canada relying on the kindness of strangers.
This clearly puts Power Wheels to shame.
In the second installment of Oliver Bateman’s “You, Robot” trilogy, an inventor builds a robot to steal the dreams of a girl who spurned him. But that’s not really what this is about.
The Luna Ring plan, which was introduced in Tokyo, is only the most recent in a long line of envelope pushing, seemingly kooky ideas to come from Shimizu Corp.
In “oh god oh god, we’re all gonna die” news, Japanese researchers are teaching robots how to learn and think. Wait, what?
In honor of the late Ray Bradbury, Oliver Lee Bateman attempts to launch an entirely new sub-genre: online dating science fiction.
The first person shooter steps it up a notch in a new trailer with controllable combat vehicles