We love Zoox’s new purpose-built robotaxi. Since its inception in 2014, Zoox has combined artificial intelligence, robotics, vehicle design, and… Read More
Boston Dynamics have released a video of their new robot named Atlas. The video shows how Atlas can manoeuvre, leap, somersault,… Read More
Boston Dynamics have started selling online its four-legged Spot robots that can walk, climb stairs, and open doors for $75,000 each—as long as buyers agree not to arm them or use them as weapons.
Moxie is a robot designed for children by the Yves Béhar led studio fuseproject. Moxie is AI-equipped and has been created to help kids develop different abilities — social, emotional and cognitive — through everyday play.
Engineers at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) have built a disaster response robot with a horse-like form. Based on the design of a centaur
Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert just proclaimed that the company is planning to sell 100 of its dog-like SpotMini robots in 2019.
We love Shelly the tortoise robot. Created by researchers at Naver Labs, KAIST, and Seoul National University Shelly shows children the consequences of their actions when it comes to robots.
We Love T-BOTS the two-wheeled balancing robot providing an interactive way to learn programming.
We Love Blossom. Blossom is a completely new kind of social robot in a collaboration between Cornell University and Google ZOO’s creative technology team.
Australian artist Sterlarc plans to connect an ear which he has been growing for years on his arm to the Internet