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Smokebot is a wifi-controlled robot that can asses the risks in a fire when visibility is very low.
Watch: The reveal of the new technology occurred at the international "Army-2018" military exposition in Moscow, Russia.
WATCH: Visitors have been able to catch a glimpse of the future, with flying robotic bats, bartenders and surgeons on display.
From automation to online platforms, the digital economy is changing the way we work.
A 90-pound, four-legged robot built by engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) can climb stairs littered with obstacles, leap, and restore its balance when yanked or shoved, all while essentially blind.
A European research project is using a robot to boldly go where no one has potentially gone before. An underwater sphere stuffed to the gills with technology is capable of entering a mine, mapping it and returning on its own.
Two French engineers hope to revolutionise the humble pizza with their digital chef
One study estimates the world of work is changing ten times faster than the first industrial revolution and with three thousand times the impact. So, what can we expect to see in coming years?
Inspire Middle East
This week’s Inspire Middle East goes high-tech as we focus on the big and small innovations that will be impacting tomorrow’s world.
Andrus Ansip is challenged on whether robots will take over in Brussels, and if they'll have human rights, as Artificial Intelligence vision is outlined
“The benefit to all humanity should preside over the framework for EU civil law rules in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence,” leading experts in robotics and artificial intelligence wrote in an open letter.
Futuris travels to Ireland to see how a new robot could transform elderly care.
Armed with what looks like a small army of autonomous robots, a European research team are finding new ways to explore the seafloor.
Artificial intelligence in conflict--from robot soldiers to cyber warfare, what will it look like?
It's a question that was under discussion as this year's Munich Security Conference kicked off on Friday.
The "SpotMini" four-legged machine has been equipped with a claw to grasp and open door handles.
Service with a smile guaranteed at this fully-automated outlet.
Italian scientists are developing humanoid robots that can observe and learn from human behaviour. Those robots can then collaborate with humans across a range of sectors.
Using robots and plants, scientists, architects and robotics researchers are trying to find a way to grow green cities out of the ground.
The robots have been developed by the Estonian armed forces
Advances in technology are having a big impact on a broad range of industries, provoking intense debate about the future of work.