Japan is developing the world's first Cyborg-style robot, a mechanical exoskeleton that detects human bio-electrical signals. Watch the video to see it in action.

Meet Facebook's Billionaires: Facebook has now made billionaires out of many young entrepreneurs. Here's a look at some of them and how much they are worth.

Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky discusses contact lenses from Google, the company's latest wearable technology being tested on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West."

With four million users and the promise of online anonymity, Tor is gaining even more traction as of late. So what is Tor and why is it a threat to the NSA? Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart explains how Tor works and reveals the surprising source behind Tor's funding.

Why does Facebook need a head of Artificial Intelligence? And what does this person do all day? Watch as FB AI head Yann LeCun talks about the future of FB.

A Chinese restaurateur in Beijing has invented a robot chef to make sliced noodles. The robotic noodle expert is taking China's noodle bars by storm. Watch this video to see it in action.

Don't wait for the arrival of the autonomous car, it's happening already. For example, Audi's concept car can perform highway driving by itself and park itself without the driver in the car. Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart checks it out at the International Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas.

Blackrock's Fundamental Fixed Income CEO Rick Reider discusses the impact of robots on jobs.

From a robotic cheetah to a 330 pound robotic humanoid, Bloomberg takes a look at the five most terrifying creations designed by Boston Dynamics.

Alexis Ohanian, co-founder at Reddit.com, discusses what it takes to make it in the booming tech economy in the United States, the new attitude of start-ups and his efforts to spread the internet revolution across the country.

The human genome could be the key to unlocking a cure for diseases from Alzheimer's to Parkinson's. On this week's "C-Suite," Jeffrey Hayzlett visits Life Technologies where their new Ion Proton DNA Sequencer is threatening to disrupt the life science industry by lowering the cost of DNA sequencing.

New technology allows a monkey to use his brain activity to control virtual arms on a computer screen. This video shows you how.