humanoid robots

Stanford researchers now make us all feel a little weirder.
Researchers in Japan discover neurological evidence that we empathize with robots "in pain."
In addition to experiences, you could also share thoughts and feelings with your robot. “Right now, we can talk to our phone
"In Japan, robotics is seen as an opportunity to create companions, not to develop warfare or weapons...The pursuit for these
Similarly, clothing designers might use the coiled muscles to create fashions that adapt to keep the wearer warm or cool
When the mold moves toward food, the bot registers a positive expression. When the mold recoils from light, the bot suddenly
As the company's YouTube description says of the specially equipped PETMAN: "It is used to test the performance of protective
I've seen the first thirty minutes of Terminator enough times to know that murderous robots are eventually going to take