While Walmart executives are congratulating themselves over bringing robots into their stores, their customers are telling a different story.
A crack team of engineers, dentists and biologists have created tiny robots that will fix your teeth from the inside. Sounds affordable.
We can’t stop it, humanoid robots are coming. However, with growing technology making them more lifelike, when do we start treating them like we do other people?
Those who openly love robots are called ‘digisexuals’, but it is their rise that is interesting as it was predictable. Also, questionable.
Tiny robots that heal you absolutely exist, but they’re indirect. Thanks to the pioneering minds in the US, we’re ever closer to being assisted by nanomachines. Yay?
Those damn robots will be the end of us all. First, they’re taking our jobs, and now they’re peer pressuring our kids. A study believes the latter is true.
There are many things that robots are seemingly taking from us. But, it now seems that they can take our words and twist them, and please lord, just let the bombs drop.
Over in the UK, one study discovered that a robot aced a common counselling technique. In fact, participants found it much easier speaking to someone who they feel won’t judge them.
This week, Chinese authorities shut down a criminal enterprise that was programming bots to flirt their way into the wallets of their targets.
San Francisco’s plan to introduce robo-cops to clean up the streets worked just fine…until it started to target the homeless population.
The fear, now backed by science, is that robots will take our jobs. And they will. Blame not the cyborgs, however, but those who laughed at the possibilities of it happening.
With the news that robots will now be writing in place of actual people, as a struggling artist, this worries me. These writers from the ‘future’ took my job!
We spoke with the CEO of Ardoch Youth Foundation, Mandy Burns to discuss how Australia’s education system can prepare our children, for a robotic future.
As robot technology becomes more lifelike they are sure to move into the bedroom, but with great power comes great responsibility…
Brand new TBS writer Kate Turner lives in the age of “self” and after giving it some thought, suspects everything we selfify is really just a way to reach beyond ourselves.