Oftentimes, researchers' data isn't reliable enough to estimate whether certain bee populations are on the decline.
This week, Boston Dynamics released video of Atlas running outside for the first time in two years.
Artificial intelligence used to mean Roombas and robots with facial expressions. We're pretty far beyond those now.
SoFi has cameras and a complex movement system that let researchers see into parts of marine ecosystems that only fish can reach.
Inspecting crops can take a lot of time and energy, but a new autonomous robot - equipped with artificial intelligence - might make that job easier.
The history of artificial intelligence goes back to way before the Turing test.
Scientists wanted to see if they could create something that works like current virtual and augmented reality devices but without the wires.
Years ago, bipedal robots could barely stand on their own. But by 2017, those robots can now exercise and even perform backflips with relative ease.
Japanese engineers think their two new humanoid creations can help forge a new way of making robots move more like humans.
Scientists have been able to put bacteria into already-printed objects, but a new approach shows the process might have other applications.
Auto industry leaders worry that some drivers may not understand the tech in autonomous vehicles.
Thanks to innovative technologies, the rovers of tomorrow might not resemble those we've sent to Mars.