Researchers are developing microbe-propelled tiny bots to deliver drugs, target cancer or do other work in the body
New technologies mean we won’t just see and hear digital information. We’ll also feel it.
By decoding brain activity with electrical implants, computers can help disabled people move a robotic arm — or their own
We can readily manipulate all kinds of objects; for them, versatility is a huge struggle. They need better mechanics — and a lot more of the intelligence that goes into handling things.
Automation threatens to replace some workers but can grow overall employment. The one sure thing is that technology will change how we labor.
Robots are getting geared up for a variety of human health and social uses
Engineers aim to build machines that put people at ease. The effort reveals truths about ourselves.