02/18/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

With Airbus’ autonomous air taxi Vahana having completed its first test flight, humanity is moving one step closer to unmanned aerial vehicle

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-18-self-flying-taxi-expected-to-launch-in-2020.html

02/17/2018 / By Edsel Cook

As part of an international effort to revitalize cucumber farming, a European team presented a prototype robot that could replace

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-17-robots-automating-harvesting-cucumbers-germany.html

02/15/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Meet Sawyer, the barista at the newest cafe in Japan. “He” can brew and serve hot coffee with just one

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-15-your-barista-is-being-replaced-by-a-robot-already-in-use-in-japan.html

02/13/2018 / By David Williams

If you thought oil spills were bad, you should know the mine spills aren’t any better, as far as containment

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-13-epa-has-a-new-tool-for-dealing-with-and-preventing-mining-disasters-robots.html

02/10/2018 / By David Williams

There has been a lot of hype surrounding self-driving cars and their potential to change the way humans use roads

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-10-self-driving-cars-could-deliberately-kill-humans.html

02/10/2018 / By David Williams

The critically acclaimed TV-show-turned-Netflix series Black Mirror has been on a roll for pretty much the entirety of its six-season-long

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-10-mit-students-watch-black-mirror-episodes-consequences-technology.html

02/08/2018 / By David Williams

Drone technology has been surprisingly useful for many kinds of recreational purposes. But one Australian engineer has begun to unlock

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-08-new-kind-of-drones-designed-to-plant-up-to-100000-trees-per-day.html

02/08/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The 23-year-old Erica isn’t just set to become Japan’s most recent news anchor, she’s also poised to become the country’s

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-08-first-robot-tv-news-anchor-takes-the-desk-in-japan-in-april.html

02/07/2018 / By David Williams

Would you allow your doctor to insert a tiny robot into your body if it meant curing you of one

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-07-researchers-develop-tiny-robot-that-moves-like-caterpillars-medical-treatment.html

02/02/2018 / By David Williams

A man like Bill Gates has two things first and foremost: money, which he has amassed over the years as

http://www.robots.news/2018-02-02-bill-gates-the-a-i-revolution-may-take-away-everyones-job-but-its-okay.html

01/27/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

In 20 years, humans will have robot doubles containing digital copies of their consciousness. That’s the future envisioned by Microsoft

http://www.robots.news/2018-01-27-you-can-clone-yourself-in-about-20-years-according-to-microsoft-a-robot-second-self-will-act-as-a-digital-extension-of-your-consciousness.html

01/24/2018 / By David Williams

Will humans ever be able to regrow limbs and other parts of their body like some animals? The work of

http://www.robots.news/2018-01-24-scientists-find-way-to-create-working-muscles-from-handful-of-skin-cells-in-lab-setting.html

01/24/2018 / By David Williams

A new study suggests that it may only be a matter of time until the radiology profession is rendered entirely

http://www.robots.news/2018-01-24-a-i-becoming-job-threat-to-radiologists-as-research-shows-improved-detection-rates-in-x-rays.html

01/23/2018 / By David Williams

Sometimes the best solution to a problem ends up being the one you’re trying to avoid the most. A classic

http://www.robots.news/2018-01-23-rising-minimum-wage-translates-to-fewer-jobs-fast-food-industry.html

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