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Self-Driving Cars Get U.K. Government Support
Industry players such as Jaguar Land Rover are working alongside startups and universities, as the U.K. evaluates and develops self-driving vehicles. (March 23, 2016)

Google, Boston Dynamics Part Ways: 5 Takeaways
Alphabet wants self-driving cars and AI, and Boston Dynamics has developed walking robots. Did they need more in common? (March 21, 2016)

Growth in Robots for Logistics Forecast at $31B by 2020
Why do only 16 percent of logistics operations see robot-driven automation in their futures over the next three years? (March 20, 2016)

Self-Driving Cars Get More Fuel From Big Automakers
Car makers and software companies partner up in quest for safer transport, but legal and cultural barriers are still ahead. (March 14, 2016)

Hydroid Launches Next-Gen REMUS 100 AUV
Hydroid listened to customer feedback when refreshing its REMUS 100 undersea drone with a more compact, energy-efficient design and ROS-based architecture. (March 14, 2016)

Webcast Highlight: Concern Over Productivity Splits Economists
Everyone is all about productivity these days. From the White House to your house. And well we should. (March 11, 2016)

Locus Robotics to Demonstrate Fast Picking at MODEX 2016
Locus Robotics will unveil its new order-fulfillment system, which promises increased productivity for warehousing and logistics operations. (March 11, 2016)

American Drone Expert Heads to Denmark to Advance UAS Technology
Denmark is working to be a center for robotics research and development, as the Nordic UAS Event focuses on aerial drones alongside RoboBusiness Europe 2016. (March 10, 2016)

Deep Learning Leads to More AI Investments
Artificial intelligence research into deep learning and human-robot collaboration is getting support from major technology companies, as robots get smarter and more capable. (March 07, 2016)

Autonomous Marine Systems Raises Seed Funding
Interest in the solar- and wind-powered Datamaran from AMS ranges from Maine to Azerbaijan. (March 04, 2016)

Rethink Robotics Expands German, Chinese Distribution
Jim Lawton, chief marketing officer at Rethink Robotics, describes what the cobot maker is looking for as it seeks international partners. (March 03, 2016)

Toyota Staffs Up for AI, Robotics Research
The new Toyota Research Institute is doing more than developing self-driving vehicles; the company has a vision of a future full of robots. (March 01, 2016)

Where Do the Candidates Stand on Robotics?
Between the sound bites, the presidential candidates have said little so far about their stances on robotics and automation. (February 29, 2016)

General Dynamics Buys UUV Maker Bluefin Robotics
The global fleet of naval robotics is growing, as General Dynamics Mission Systems acquires Bluefin Robotics. (February 29, 2016)

Will SEC’s New 501(a) “Investor” Ruling Aid Robotics Newbies?
Although $1 million these days does not go very far, to many it’s a godsend. (February 26, 2016)



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