Move over Mario Kart! It's about time someone created an iPhone-controlled slot car racing game.
The Loebner prize is awarded annually to the chatbot that can best convince judges it’s a human. Mitsuku, this year's winner winner, has the potential to be Manti Te'o next girlfriend.
This teddy bear can actually hold a conversation with you, without the aid of an off-screen adult.
That's the good news. The bad news is, computers might also be mentally unbalanced.
Using behavior analysis software and a 3D character, MIT has developed a system that may help the socially awkward become a little more people friendly.
While robot boxing might be best left to the professionals, gaming with robots is coming to the masses thanks to iOS and a brand new startup.
A 19-year-old created a way to get rid of Google's high resolution 3-D radar system.
And direct it. Because everyone wants to direct. Even cardboard robots.
Scientists programmed this robot to play this classic game.
Filmmakers often use real companies and organizations for their research, but sometimes science fiction and science fact don't quite agree.