Israeli Startup IVObility Wants to Put a Robot Driver in Your Vehicle

Israeli startup IVObility is offering an alternative to self-driving vehicles with a robot driver that can control any type of vehicle. | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

VR Mona Lisa Experience to Open at the Louvre

To commemorate the 500th anniversary of da Vinci's death, the Louvre and HTC Vive will allowing visitors to experience the Mona Lisa in virtual reality. | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Domino’s to Bring Driverless Pizza Delivery to Houston

Domino's is teaming with robotics company Nuro to bring driverless pizza delivery to Houston. Customers will be able to track their order via an app. | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Using AI to Study Birds in Hong Kong Conservation Project

Officials are using AI to study bird species in Penfold Park in Sha Tin. This information will be used to properly move a nearby sewage treatment plant. | Continue reading | 5 days ago

5G Self-Driving Buses Taking Passengers Around Intelligent Island

Object orientation is not only about decoupling views and datasources from | Continue reading | 7 days ago

IKEA’s Robotic Furniture Can Adapt to Any Space

IKEA has teamed with startup Ori to develop ROGNAN. Its robotic furniture that can adapt to any space. The furniture will be released in 2020. | Continue reading | 8 days ago

Traffic Robot Patrolling Singapore Changi Airport

Changi airport in Singapore is testing traffic robots to make sure vehicles aren't waiting in unauthorized areas. The autonomous robots patrol the busy airport. | Continue reading | 8 days ago

Robot Baristas Taking Hold in Korean Coffee Chain

Coffee chain Dal.komm 45 robot-equipped outlets throughout South Korea. The robot baristas can usually make each drink in under a minute. | Continue reading | 10 days ago

DeNA AI Helping to Detect Dangerous Driving

When we think of artificial intelligence and driving, the first thing that springs to mind is usually autonomous cars. But | Continue reading | 13 days ago

Japan Deploys First Firefighting Robots

Japan recently unveiled the country's first firefighting robots during a ceremony at the JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corp.’s Chiba refinery. | Continue reading | 14 days ago

Neolix Mass Producing Self Driving Delivery Vans

Chinese startup Neolix has begun mass production of self driving delivery vans. They plan to deliver 1000 this year with each costing around $30,000. | Continue reading | 16 days ago

Liam Nikuro: Japan’s First Male Virtual Influencer

Liam Nikuro is Japan’s first male virtual influencer. Created by Tokyo based 1sec Inc, the virtual influencer is a computer-generated head on a real body. | Continue reading | 20 days ago

Raspberry Picking Robots in the UK

A raspberry picking robot has recently begun trials in the UK. It can pick up to 25,000 berries per day. The robot uses AI to help pick ripe berries. | Continue reading | 22 days ago

Autonomous Construction Equipment Could Help Remedy Labor Shortage

Built Robotics are retrofitting construction equipment to make them autonomous. The company’s kit currently supports dozers, excavators, and skid steers. | Continue reading | 24 days ago

Google AI Can Translate Your Speech While Keeping Your Voice

Google has created Translatotron which allows AI to can translate speech into another language while keeping the characteristics of the original voice. | Continue reading | 27 days ago

Starsky Testing Self Driving Trucks in Florida

Starsky Robotics recently completed a series of road tests in Tampa, Florida. The self driving trucks drove along a part of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway. | Continue reading | 29 days ago

Robot Zoo Exhibit at Courtland Center Mall in Michigan

The Sloan Museum in Burton, Michigan will be running its Robot Zoo exhibit through Sept 8 at the Courtland Center Mall. It features 8 robot animals along with hands-on experiences. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Robot Can Reproduce Handwriting and Sketches

Scientists at Brown University have created an algorithm that allows a robot to copy a piece of handwriting or a drawing by analyzing each stroke. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

The World’s First VR Gym Opens in San Francisco

The world's first VR gym recently opened in San Francisco. At Black Box VR, workouts combine a gaming with high-intensity cardio and resistance training. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Robots Making Deliveries on Napa Valley Golf Course

At the Eagle Vines Golf Club in Napa Valley, four Starship delivery robots have been bringing visitors things like food, beverages and golf balls. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Amazon Packing Robots Could Threaten Jobs

Amazon packing robots are making their way into a few warehouses. The Carton Wrap machines package 700 boxes per hour and could replace some human workers. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Soccer Teams Using IBM Watson AI to Help Gain an Edge

Soccer teams are using IBM's Watson artificial intelligence to gain an edge on their opponents. The AI is helping to set up gameplans and scout new players | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Lyft Teams with Waymo to Offer Driverless Cars in Phoenix

Lyft is partnering with autonomous tech company Waymo to allow users to request a driverless car as part of a new test program in the Phoenix area. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Taste Testing Robots Judge Authenticity of Chinese Food

China is using taste testing robots powered by artificial intelligence to help verify the quality and authenticity of some mass produced food items. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

VR Church Has Weekly Services in Virtual Reality

At the VR Church, You can attend a weekly service with people from around the world at the first church that exists entirely in virtual reality. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Saving Northern White Rhinos with a Robot

The San Diego Zoo and UC San Diego are teaming up to create a robot that will help perform embryo transfers to save the endangered Northern White Rhinos. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Autonomous Parking Comes to Maryland Airport

BWI airport will soon begin testing Steer Tech's autonomous parking technology. The testing will take place at an airport garage and a nearby commuter lot. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Smart Prison in China Uses AI to Monitor Inmates

Yancheng prison in China has begun using AI to help monitor inmates. The smart prison features a network of facial recognition cameras and smart sensors. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

World’s First VR Bumper Cars in Nuremberg, Germany

The world's first VR Bumper Cars, called Steampunk VR Scooter, has opened at the Erlebnispark Schloss Thurn theme park in Nuremberg, Germany. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Walmart Lab on Long Island Experiments with AI

Walmart opened an Intelligent Retail Lab in the Levittown, New York location. The company is using it to test AI that monitors stores in real time. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Qatar Gets Its First Robot Waitress

Qatar recently employed its first robot waitress. Her name is Emy and she is working at the popular Canaan Gardens in Doha. | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Fire Fighting Robot Colossus Helps Save Notre Dame

Fire fighting robot Colossus helped extinguish flames and clear debris in the most dangerous areas of the Notre Dame Cathedral. | Continue reading | 1 month ago Testing Driverless Cars in Guangzhou has announced the Pony Pilot, which is a test project for a “product-ready” fleet of driverless autonomous vehicles in Guangzhou, China | Continue reading | 1 month ago

Walk Around Rembrandt Painting in Augmented Reality

Rembrandt Reality App by Capitola VR allows art fans to walk around the artist's “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp” in augmented reality. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Robots Milking Cows over 5G in England

At one dairy farm in southwest England, cows are being milked by robots thanks to artificial intelligence and Cisco 5G networks. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

AI Written Book Is About Ion Batteries

Springer Nature and Goethe University have created AI written book about lithium ion batteries. An algorithm analyzed information from scientific papers. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Google’s Wing Launches Drone Delivery in Canberra

Google's Wing will soon be making drone deliveries around Canberra. They will partner with businesses to deliver fresh food, coffee, medications, etc. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

How Virtual Reality Is Disrupting the Gaming Industry

photo credit: Samsung Gear VR” (CC BY 2.0) by pestoverde Virtual reality was once the pipedream of science-fiction writers. When technology caught up | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Finland Autonomous Bus “Gaucha” Can Handle All Weather Conditions

Finland autonomous bus called Gaucha will begin testing in Espoo this spring. The self driving bus can handle all types of weather from snow to slush to rain. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Alibaba FlyZoo Hotel Uses Facial Recognition and Robots

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TrinityKids Care Uses VR to Bring Joy to Seriously Ill Children

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Combat Bullying

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Briggo Fully Automated Gourmet Coffee Robot

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Poll Shows 1 in 4 Prefer AI to Make Policy Decisions

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Laundry Robot Ugo Washes, Dries, and Folds Your Clothes

Japanese startup Mira Robotics has recently unveiled Ugo the laundry robot. Ugo washes, dries, and folds your clothes while being controlled remotely. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Mexican Scientists Create Robot to Monitor and Protect Coral Reefs

Mexican scientists have created a robot to monitor coral reefs. The coral reef robot is able to collect information without disturbing the ecosystem. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Using Artificial Intelligence to Protect Endangered Forest Elephants

The Elephant Listening Project has teamed with Conservation Metrics to use AI to help protect endangered forest elephants by analyzing their cries. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

Samsung Smart Shirt Helps Monitor Lung Function

Samsung has been approved for a patent on a smart shirt that monitors lung function and breathing. It could help diagnose respiratory illnesses in real time. | Continue reading | 4 months ago