She's a chemist in the making! Move over, Bill Nye, this science gal is giving you a run for your money. Brielle, 3, may not know how to read yet, but she sure knows a whole lot -- especially when it to
Robots that we interact with in today’s society are programmed to carry out tasks without deviation. The robots of the future might just be a little more defiant. Researchers at the Tufts University Human-Robot
Biomimetics. That's the field dedicated to imitating aspects of nature to better understand, and potentially solve, complex human issues. It's the reason why so many engineers and researchers are creating
MURDER, it beeped. The trailer for Murder, a short, dystopian point-and-click adventure from developer Peter Moorhead, opens with a death knell for a robot: a computerized and glitched-up crooning of Bell."