Scientists recently created self-repairing robots, which could help make soft technology more durable.
The tiny bots change shape based on the magnetic fields in their environment.
Elon Musk has called artificial intelligence "a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization."
In the future, robots will become more human than ever. But there are concerns about how they'll make ethical decisions.
The balance-boosting device could be especially useful for the elderly and people with prosthetic limbs.
Space bots are our new space explorers, and we treat them like it.
Researchers have figured out how to make materials fold themselves into origami-like shapes. That could be useful for all sorts of robots.
But they won't be removing jobs just yet.
A robotics team from Longmont's Sunset Middle School hopes their robot named "Snorlax Junior" earns them a world title.
The future doesn't have to include a robot showdown. Instead, we're teaching robots to safely interact with humans.
Researchers are learning how to control cooperative swarms of tiny machines by using precise magnetic fields.
Robots that have flexible wings like a bat's could be more maneuverable than a drone.