Yes, it is as strange as it sounds. Japanese ketchup company Kagome has taken product placement to another level. Unimpressed that most marathon runners rely on bananas as a fuel source, they decided to invent a tomato feeding robot that athletes can wear. Weighing 18 lbs and able to hold
Google just unveiled the first ‘real-build’ as they calling it, self-driving prototype vehicle. This is a follow up of the concept presented in May and it signifies the progress of this particular Google project.
Funerals are being held for ROBOTIC dogs in Japan because owners believe they have souls… It is a funeral like any other in Japan. Except that those being honoured are robot dogs, lined up on the altar, each wearing a […]
On today's show, guest host Thom Tran joins Ashley as they discuss futuristic elevators that remind them of Willy Wonka, a thrilling interactive short film featuring the undead, and "Hebocon," a Japanese competition seeking the worst robot ever.
Military analysts like Mr. Scharre argue that automated weapons like these should be embraced because they may result in fewer mass killings and civilian casualties. Autonomous weapons, they say, do not commit war crimes.
The bipedal robot ATLAS from MIT is moving on. Reacting to the recent video of 'MIT Atlas truckin' with a truss,' TechCrunch said, 'We've seen the cute little guy walk, toddle, and climb over obstacles but now he can reach down, grab a heavy metal girder, and drag it around like a beast. Our little ...
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