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Human-like robot tricks people into thinking it has a mind of its own
By Harry Baker last updated
In a new study, participants became convinced that a human-like robot had achieved self-awareness. But in reality, it was being controlled by researchers.
This sideways-scooting robot crab is so tiny it fits through the eye of a needle
By Harry Baker published
Engineers have designed a mini robot crab that can be made to walk sideways using lasers. The tiny eight-legged critter is the world's smallest remote-controlled robot.
Pac-Man-shaped blobs become world's first self-replicating biological robots
By Stephanie Pappas published
Biological robots made from frog cells can self-replicate like no other organism, by moving around raw materials to build more of themselves.
Who was the first cyborg?
By Patrick Pester published
Fictional cyborgs have appeared in science fiction since the 1920s, but who was the first human to fuse with technology and become a real-life cyborg?
Human-like robot creates creepy self-portraits
By Harry Baker published
A robotic artist powered by AI algorithms has created realistic self-portraits that question the limits of artificial intelligence and what it means to be human.
Meet Au-Spot, the AI robot dog that's training to explore caves on Mars
By Mindy Weisberger published
Robotic "Mars Dogs" could use artificial intelligence and sensors to investigate the Martian surface and map hidden lava tunnels.
New robot 'explorer' dog will only set you back 63 stimulus checks
By Brandon Specktor published
Boston Dynamics' robot dog 'Spot' is now for sale for a cool $74,500.
NASA Is Developing 'Soft Robots' That Look Like Inflatable 'Aliens'
By Elizabeth Howell published
And they could be just the thing to explore worlds beyond Earth.
Scientists Proposed a Nuclear 'Tunnelbot' to Hunt Life in Europa's Hidden Ocean
By Rafi Letzter published
A group of scientists wants to send a nuclear-powered "tunnelbot" to Europa to blaze a path through its thick shell of ice and search for life.
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