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Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC review

Not really, but if that robot mouth online making human noises is anything to go by, things are not looking good for us.Getting back to the matter at hand though, Fallout 4 Automatron is the first DLC to arrive for Bethesda’s latest massive RPG. read more

Dumb new RAND report claims it’s impossible to road-test a robot

It’s impossible to road-test a car well enough to be sure that it will be safe in all situations.It is simply more effective to invest in robot testing than human testing, in terms of the safety return, and so it’s our responsibility to do so. read more

Fallout 4 Automatron: How to trigger the DLC, crafting robots, and materials you'll need -

The first DLC for Fallout 4 is here, and with it you can build and control you very own robot pal!If it's installed properly it'll be listed as an add-on in the game's home screen menu. read more

The Complete Fallout 4 Automatron Enemies Guide: new robots Junkbots, Tankbots, Swarmbots and more -

They're also weaker to body shots than they are to head shots.Not all robots are created equal, because they're literally put together from bits of metal and so on. read more

Harvard’s new robot teaches kids to code

Not every robot that comes out of Boston is the stuff of childhood nightmares.In fact, kids can have a lot of fun with Harvard’s latest creation… and learn to code at the same time! read more

Star Fox Guard review - Five Nights at Grippy's

Many people have been waiting about a decade for a new Star Fox game, and they’ll soon get that in Star Fox Zero, possibly one of the last big games coming for Nintendo’s less-popular-than-it-ought-to-be home console.With that much excitement for the revered franchise, there’s a chance people could overlook a little gem that also bears the Star Fox name. read more

MIT 3D prints a working robot by combining liquids and solids

New materials are becoming available to use, the printers are getting more precise, and the tools to help you design 3D objects to print are improving.That could soon be a thing of the past, though, if MIT’s latest 3D printing technique pans out. read more