Robots are going to be everywhere in the coming years, but are there some jobs that we shouldn't be too quick to give up ?
Could the T-800 become a reality and how will countries respond to the threat posed by autonomous killing machines ?
Boston Dynamics has joined several other prominent robotics firms in promising not to weaponize its creations.
The SpaceX and Tesla CEO is expanding his focus into robotics in the hope of one day bringing affordable robots to the masses.
The space agency is looking into the idea of sending robots to swim beneath the icy crusts of Europa and Enceladus.
The self-healing, living skin - which is based on human cells - has been demonstrated on a robotic finger.
In a future ever more dominated by robots, how we deal with their mistakes will become increasingly important.
A line-up of Spot robot dogs feature in a new viral video recreating the energetic performance of The Rolling Stones.
A robotics firm with a history of building dog-like robots has now produced one with a large gun on its back.
Elon Musk's electric car company has branched out into developing autonomous, humanoid robots.
Two of Boston Dynamics' human-like Atlas robots have recently demonstrated their impressive parkour skills.
New computer algorithms designed to beat old 80s platformers could help robots navigate your home.
Boston Dynamics is celebrating the turn of the calendar in style with a clip showing all its robots boogying away.
One of Boston Dynamics' Spot Mini robots took on an important new role on the streets of Singapore this week.
Researchers have succeeded in creating robots that are made from live animal cells instead of metal and plastic.
A small army of Boston Dynamics' dog-like robots have been filmed hauling a truck through a parking lot.
Scientists have developed a type of liquid metal that can be used to create robots that stretch and change shape.
Scientists have discovered that it may be possible to use spider silk to create muscles and actuators for robots.
A cafe opening in Tokyo's Akasaka district will use robots controlled wirelessly by disabled operators.
Japan's space agency JAXA has succeeded in landing two tiny hopping robots on the asteroid Ryugu.