Dyson plans to spend nearly £3 billion to double its range of products by 2025, with robotics among the new areas to be researched.
Online retail giant Ocado has increased its profit target for the year after hailing “strong” recent sales through its new joint venture with Marks & Spencer.
Robots able to inspect and maintain nuclear power stations and next-generation batteries for electric vehicles and wind turbines are among the technologies being backed by new Government investment.
The use of robots and automation is an “obvious solution” to any potential staff shortages in a post-Brexit Britain, according to a new report.
A snake robot has been developed by scientists in the race to advance the creation of search and rescue machines.
A bionic “heart” that simulates the beating motion of the real thing has been developed by scientists.
Artificial intelligence, 5G and robotics are expected to be among the biggest talking points when the world’s largest technology show – CES – begins in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
A two-legged robot which can maintain its balance while running and jumping has been hailed as a breakthrough in robotic engineering by researchers, who say it could one day be deployed in disaster rescue teams.
The Chancellor should bring forward proposals for new tax incentives to encourage investment in robots to boost productivity, a group of MPs has urged.
Many young people believe the speed of technological advances means they will one day have a job that does not yet exist, according to new research.
A humanoid AI robot is set to open its own exhibition of artwork in Oxford, drawn independently using a robotic arm and an inbuilt camera.
An Aberdeen school is to compete in the finals of a national robotics competition.
Robots, artificial intelligence and smart speakers will unburden doctors to give them more time with patients, according to an NHS report on the pending technological “revolution” in healthcare.
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school are through to the final of a national robotics competition.
Robotics researchers have created an “ambidextrous” robot they say can learn which type of arm gripper to use when picking up objects, speeding up processing in e-commerce fulfilment centres.
Surgeons will be trained to operate with the help of a robotic assistant in Scotland for the first time.
The world’s first foldable-screen smartphone and a robot that teaches people to play table tennis have been among the eye-catching attractions on display as the CES tech show opened in Las Vegas.
Some of the world’s biggest technology companies will gather in Las Vegas next week to unveil their latest innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
A robot that appeared at a tech show in Russia turned out to be a man in a suit.
Most UK adults believe there will be a robot in every home within the next 50 years, new research suggests.
Boston Dynamics has become synonymous with robotic advancement and videos of its extraordinary creations in action can be both awe-inspiring and unnerving – and the latest footage is no different.
Chinese e-commerce and technology giant Alibaba has unveiled its latest project – a robotic waiter used to carry items around hotels.
A wearable robot designed to aid those with mobility issues will be among the new gadgets on show at the IFA technology convention in Berlin later this week.
LG has unveiled its latest service robot – but unlike the others designed to guide or serve people, the new device is meant to be worn to aid mobility.
A future where every home contains a robotic assistant is possible if the robots themselves have personality and emotion, a leading firm in the field has said.
Lidl is to start selling a robotic vacuum cleaner made by German firm Vileda, as it looks to enter the smart home retail world.
A new home robot designed to show personality as well as operate as a smart assistant could help spark the mass adoption of robots in homes, its makers have claimed.
A build-your-own paper robot that comes with artificial intelligence technology and can follow you around with a cup of tea has beaten its fundraising target on Kickstarter.
Researchers in the US have developed a new version of their “Cheetah” robot dog that can climb a staircase and navigate obstacles “essentially blind”.
Controlling robots with the mind isn’t as implausible as it sounds – if the technology developed by a team of US engineers is anything to go by.