The head of UN body on autonomous weapons says "robots are not taking over the world".
The JPSS-1 will orbit Earth 14 times a day from pole to pole, making detailed readings of weather, temperature and other long term patterns.
The device works on Dermoskeleton technology, which uses advanced sensors to reduce the amount of stress on the knees and lower back.
According to Boston Dynamics, Atlas runs on battery power and has been built from 3D-printed parts.
The truck can go 0-60mph in 5 seconds and has a 400-mile range on a single 30-minute charge via Tesla's new Megacharger network.
Experts believe that activities at the ship-yard over the past year suggest "a prolonged and ongoing shipbuilding program".
The advanced testing facility would enable ground-based trials and reduce the possibility of failure.
Aircraft maker finds no buyers for the A380, but its smaller planes and that of rivals dominate Dubai Air Show.
Nasa has been looking at Earth with satellites for decades now and there is a lot of information that the space agency has in the form of images. Here are a few of the best ones.
The plane can be seen tethered to a Chinook, lifted to an altitude of 12,400 feet and landing only with its 'lifting body design'.
The UAE plans to grow tomatoes, lettuce, strawberries and date palms inside giant domes on the Red Planet.
Researchers are theorising that slope streaks on Mars could be the result of water flowing and not from dust storms and earthquakes.
The spacecraft will be entering the atmosphere of the red planet at speeds going beyond 12,000mph.
The Russian military will equip all their missile divisions with Yars ICBMs, which includes mobile and stationary units.
Ford Brazil has unveiled Safe Cap, a smart hat that can detect when a driver is fatigued, and prompts them to rest.