Adam (shown in background) may not look like its two colleagues in the white coats, but it's starting to act like them.
(Credit: Aberystwyth University)
While we've become accustomed to robots built to repeat a given task many times over, scientists at Aberystwyth University in Wales and the U.K's University
Researchers have developed a robot capable of learning and interacting with the world using a biological brain
Kevin Warwick’s new robot behaves like a child. “Sometimes it does what you want it to, and sometimes it doesn’t,” he says. And while it may seem strange for a professor of cybernetics to be concerning himself with such an unreliable machine, Warwick’s creation has something that
Soccer robots being built to beat humans
Picture this: The European champions and current highest-ranked soccer team in the world, Spain, are beaten 3-0...by a team of robots.
It may sound ridiculous, but robot developers in Asia, the U.S. and Europe are dreaming of that very goal.