The comedians talk their way out of traffic tickets as Google's low-speed self-driving car.
A giant battle robot commits a discomfiting faux pas.
The panelists write bios for a series of spam Twitter accounts.
The comics check out a robotic suit that simulates old age and find reasons to work at Walmart.
The hitchhiking robot hitchBOT tweets an optimistic final message about humanity.
The comics taunt a hitchhiking robot and list unfortunate products backed by celebrities.
Sean Patton discusses unusual dog names, Irish goodbyes and one very confusing STD test.
Soul Daddy envisions a utopian future marked by a 45-minute workday and hot robot sex.
The comics review a robot that tripped on a Pop-Tart, proving that a robot takeover isn't imminent.
The panelists peer into the future to imagine all the ways that robot lovers will break our hearts.
The comics participate in the old Tennessee pastime of heckling robots.
Jordan Klepper builds a robot and helps it explore its spirituality.
The comedians learn about the "Avengers" sequel," a robotic gymnast and the Florida Man IPA.
Justin Willman proves that technology is no match for his magical abilities.
Jon Ronson reflects on public shaming and how social media has created a surveillance state.
Journalist Jon Ronson recalls discovering a mysterious Twitter user who co-opted his identity.
A birthing simulator expels babies in a not-so-realistic fashion.
"Chappie" star Sigourney Weaver looks forward to a future involving artificial intelligence.
A police officer whose body has been modified with high-tech gadgets solves crimes in Albuquerque.
A Danish boy shows off his questionable T-shirt, and robots get their own anti-cruelty PSA.