Home Tags Robots

Tag: Robots

The 11 creepiest technologies that exist today

Many tech products make the world a better place. However, they may also have a dark side that gives tech experts pause.
Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein in Cambridge, MA on September 8, 2004.

Jeffrey Epstein reportedly wanted to ‘seed the human race with his DNA’ as part of his fascination with transhumanism. Here’s what t...

Transhumanists support the use of technology to "enhance" the human race. Jeffrey Epstein was reportedly fascinated with this ideology.
Anki's Cozmo robot

If Amazon is really working on a robot for the home, it’s going to take on a challenge that caused at least 3 startups to fail

Amazon is reportedly developing a home robot that can follow you around the home, a vision that many companies have tried and failed to bring to life.

‘I was afraid’: Mahathir was left speechless at his meeting with Sophia the humanoid robot

"If I bump into her at night, I will run away,” Mahathir told reporters.

All the new products Amazon is rumored to be working on, from a futuristic home robot to Alexa earbuds

Amazon is rumored to be working on a new and improved Echo, earbuds with Alexa built in, and a home robot among other gadgets.

A better version of Amazon’s wildly popular Echo smart speaker could be coming soon

Amazon is reportedly planning to launch a new Echo smart speaker with better sound by next year, and it might feature a wider design.
Oregon and Louisiana are the most vulnerable to automation.

This map shows how vulnerable every state is to a robot takeover

It depends on manufacturing — and how many robots have already arrived.
Robots are coming for manufacturing jobs around the world.

Robots are rapidly on their way to taking 20 million manufacturing jobs, wiping out a chunk of the global workforce

Robots will displace 20 million manufacturing jobs worldwide, according to a new report from Oxford Economics.
An illustration of NASA's Dragonfly mission. The drone-like helicopter robot is bound for Saturn's moon Titan, which the space agency thinks may harbor signs of past alien life.

NASA’s next $1 billion space mission will be an alien-hunting nuclear helicopter that flies around Saturn’s icy moon Titan

Dragonfly will use plutonium-238 — a radioactive substance made during the Cold War — to power flights around a gassy, icy, and maybe habitable world.