Welcome to your future.
Robots are a twin-edged sword. Used badly, they may one day perpetrate genocide and war crimes. Used well, they can prevent them.
Jobs are not created or lost because of a single technology, but because of the business models designed to leverage the power of it.
When it comes to robotics, the future is not two-legged.
The development of robots' capacities and their increasing presence in companies isn't just a matter of technology. It also profoundly changes the strategies, structures and human skills required.
The rise of robots and new technology threatens to take over many jobs, but just how many is still up for debate.
An expert in artificial intelligence believes we're not ready for the challenges posed by Saudi Arabia granting a robot citizenship. Key questions about robot identity and rights remain unanswered.
The quest to create a robot that is indistinguishable from humans has become all-consuming for some scientists, engineers and technicians. The consequences could be both beneficial and catastrophic.
As artificial intelligence technology becomes more capable, it threatens more types of jobs – like lawyers, bureaucrats and managers. What social upheaval will happen if those people can't find work?
A new productivity report has suggested automated dispensing machines could replace pharmacists.
Why do roboticists dream of electric women?
How culture can inform technological innovations.
The automation wave is coming for computer programmers – up to a point.
Science fiction prepares us to deal with certain technologies as they arise in the real world.
The relationship between corporations, machines and humans defines modern life in ways that Ridley Scott – even in his wildest dreams – couldn't have imagined.
Soft robotics could help move us closer to more human-like robots.
Humans and computers are collaborating to create a new genre of 'synthetic literature'. But how does it work and can a computer ever really be creative?
US and Japanese tech companies are building fighting megabots to kicktstart what they envisage as a sporting franchise on the scale of Formula 1.
The Industrial Revolution led to centuries of social and economic upheaval. Are economists telling us not to worry about workplace automation because things will be better in a couple hundred years?
As disruptive technology increasingly enters our lives, it demands that we rethink and reorganize all aspects of work, life, and society.