Forget Postmates And Grub Hub, Sacramento Is Testing Food Delivery RobotsCBS13 got an exclusive look at the robots that could eliminate the need for delivery drivers (and tipping) one day.
FedEx Turns To Segway Inventor To Build Delivery RobotFedEx is the latest company to join the delivery robot craze.
Burger-Flipping Robot Is Back And Now 'Moves Like A Ninja'Flippy, the burger-flipping robot cook, has returned to a California fast food chain.
Tech Companies Developing AI Sex RobotsOne of the companies hopes to expand beyond sex and create other roles for the bots, such as a companion for the elderly.
NASA Plans To Put Robot Bees On MarsThe space agency says it is working on creating a swarm of robot bees that will fly around the surface of Mars.
Future Of Farming Blossoming At UC DavisResearchers are looking for ways to make farming a little smarter with robots and drones that could one day revolutionize the way our food is grown.
Growing Dilemma: Automated Jobs Meet Social ConsciousnessSecurity guard Eric Leon watches the Knightscope K5 security robot as it glides through the mall, charming shoppers with its blinking blue and white lights.
US Startup Challenges Japan To Giant Robot BattleThey've been popularized in movies, television and video games, but giant fighting robots still haven't left the realm of science fiction. That will soon change.
Teens Compete In Robot Lego Contest To Help SeniorsMost kids like to play with Legos, but one competition is taking it to a whole other level.
Robots Could Connect People In The Near FutureNeed to be in two places at once? Perhaps a robot can come to the rescue. Companies in Silicon Valley are developing mobile bots to connect people for teleconferencing or just keeping in touch.
Robots Developed At UC Davis Help Students Develop Math SkillsThe idea of robotic teachers certainly might frighten parents, but UC Davis just got a big grant to create not a teacher replacement but more of a teacher assistant.
Stanford Kicks Off Annual 'Robot Block Party'From dancing robots that move to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" to robots that can take photography to new limits, it is all here at Stanford's Third Annual "Robot Block Party." The event is part of "National Robotics Week."