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Computer scientist Alan Turing created a conversation test for robots that has been a benchmark for over sixty years. But as humanoid robots develop every day, can any yet fool us into thinking they are human?
For the first time in 13 years, Apple has announced negative growth. Overtaking them is Google's parent company Alphabet, whose investment in research and development outstrips that of their rival.
Car companies like Tesla and Chevrolet have excited many consumers wishing to save money, energy and the environment. Electric cars have been a point of focus for the past decade and both companies are cathching up with Nissan, which is currently at the forefront of the market. The appetite of customers for this new technology will determine whether these are the cars of the future.
Drones are set to revolutionize modern life in more ways than one. We look at some of the most exciting prototypes in the world, from unmanned delivery and ambulance drones to hover-bike speedsters.
Technological advancements hint at a brighter future for disabled people as companies increasingly focus on creating devices that are useful for the 1 billion people living with an impairment around the world.
How has learning evolved since the internet merged with our everyday lives? Google's Cardboard programs for schools is opening up a whole new world of teaching.
Scientists at MIT have invented a miraculous new robot which can mend internal injuries after being swallowed. It's a great leap forward for surgery - but will patients be able to stomach the cure?