We're so close to the megazord of our dreams.
And defeat the giant fighting robots of Japan
Why DARPA Needs To Stage Another Bot Contest, With Even More Pratfalls
We who are about to fall salute you
A Final Lesson From The DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals
The Future of Self-Sufficient Robots Starts at the DARPA Robotics Challenge
A remote robotics lab requests use of humanity's hive mind
With training wheels off, many robots in the Pentagon's competition will fall all over themselves
Robots can already vacuum your house and drive your car. Soon, they will be your companions.
Teaching the art of learning through algorithms and pasta
That depends on who you are, and what the robot's for.
This is what happens when police, military folks, and scientists get together to play with very expensive robots.
When disaster strikes and danger looms, the heroes that burst onto the scene to save the day might not even be human.
Humans regularly lose their lives rushing into disaster zones. Now engineers are racing to build robots that can take their place.
Even as we imagine the day when robots finally turn against us, scientists are at work on how best to control them
Walking, self-contained, adult-size robots are commonplace in robotics labs in Japan and South Korea, but there's only one made here. Why are we falling behind?
With one in 110 children diagnosed with autism, and therapists in short supply, researchers are developing humanoids to fill the gaps. But can robots help patients forge stronger bonds with people?
The privately-funded Japanese robot will plant a flag and, um, yeah, that's it
Popular Science attends New York's high-school robot showdown and sees celebrities, breakdowns, and mechanical lunacy