Spyce lets the machines do the cooking -- but still relies on people to add the finishing touches

This makes it the third federal investigation the car company currently faces

A dog-like robot could become more common in construction and security settings, its makers say.

The same robot has been filmed doing back flips and hopping over objects.

As luminaries make their entrance to the royal wedding, online viewers watching Sky News will learn who's who with on-screen captions powered by facial recognition technology.

Panels on the side of the driverless vehicles will communicate with pedestrians.

Here is a list of the most memorable moments.

Experts say multiple branches of the military are rushing to create autonomous vehicles.

  • Perspective

Conservatives should be supportive of such innovations — consumer-supplied information can reduce reliance on regulation and enforcement by encouraging market forces that reward better business practices.

He pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, police said.

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