You might think you’ve stumbled across a proposal for the fourth Austin Powers film, but this blog comes from Post-Doctoral Research Assistant Andrew West. Andrew puts lasers on robots and makes them boldly go where no robot has gone before…
Could robots provide support for humans as we age? We’ve asked an expert for the answer.
The question we’re most often asked when we talk to people about the future of robotics is, simply: ‘When will robots take over the world?’
When it comes to robotics, the future is not two-legged.
In this guest post, Tom Renn, Managing Director of Manchester Science Partnerships asks: how close are we to living in a robot world?
From robot poop to AI in hospitals, Tomorrow’s World Live at Manchester Science Festival covered all the big questions. Here’s the most important stuff we learned.
Marketing Manager Nancy Hopkins shares her top five robots featured in the Robots exhibition, ahead of its opening on 19 October
Robots and artificially intelligent beings in films are often used as a way to explore what makes us uniquely human.
The more human a robot appears, the more unsettling we find it. How should we treat robots once they become indistinguishable, in both looks and actions, from real humans?