With the coronavirus pandemic all around us, suddenly it’s making more sense to have robots, Echos, iPads, and iPhones in patient rooms in hospitals.
Bees are dying in record numbers, which is why there are many people working to save them or replace them with robots.
The New York City mayor did not welcome FedEx delivery robots to his city. If major cities do not allow delivery robots, is there still a future for them?
A study raised some interesting ideas about how the use of robots can also inspire humans to work faster and more accurately.
If running or walking sometimes seems like a chore, you may need the new robot shorts designed to make you feel lighter while running or walking.
A robot being beaten produces empathy in us while a system is developed to give robots more human senses. Why the push to be human-like?
With the advancement of AI, image and voice recognition, and the 5G network, having your own personal robot will come sooner than you expected.
Amazon is creating 3D models of the suburbs to test delivery robots, as they can get more accomplished this way than testing them out in the field.
Ikea is launching Rognan, a robotic furniture system that can divide living space into smaller sections and convert to other pieces as needed.
Walmart is expanding its use of robots and machines to help with labor costs while also paying workers more and offering grocery delivery service.
An AI-powered robot was developed to help feed people who are unable to do so on their own as an answer to a request from an impaired young girl.
Technology was bound to step in to agriculture sooner or later, so why not institute robots in place of humans to help the work force on the farm?
There are many solutions to the airport parking problem, but none of them are ideal. The Stan robotic airport-parking system offers yet another option.
Amazon is once again rolling out something new, expanding their delivery into a fleet of autonomous robots, called Amazon Scout, to get packages to your doorstep