Increased Telepresence Robot R&D Transforms User Experience
A new market report identifies recent innovations in telepresence robot use.
Horizon 2020 Update: European Robotics Projects Proliferate
Not only does the $90 million program plan to encourage European innovation; it also hopes to shift public opinion.
Google, Boston Dynamics Part Ways: 5 Takeaways
Atlas and Big Dog were popular, but not profitable or team players, according to Alphabet.
Robotics in India Starts Small but Is Growing Fast
Research-rich schools and innovative startups promise a bright future for the country's robotics industry.
Deep Learning Leads to More AI Investments
Accenture, Kodak, NEC, and Nvidia join big companies chasing deep-learning applications.
Where Do the Candidates Stand on Robotics?
The presidential race is an opportunity for voters to reassess U.S. technology policy.
Denmark Invests in Industrial Automation, Robotics Education
To keep up with European competitors, Danes fund research, commercialization.
Can Scotland Develop Into a Global AI Hub?
Nation is strong in university research such as the social EMOTE robot, and the U.K. leads in AUVs.
The Top 10 Robotics News Stories of 2015
See what RBR readers found most intriguing or exciting in the past year.
Chinese Firms Invest $20M in Israeli Robotics R&D
Israeli research to support Chinese industrial automation, service robotics.
RoboBusiness Europe Is Reborn in Denmark
Marianne Andersen to lead company building on the strengths of the annual RoboBusiness Europe conference.
In Their Own Words: 10 Women Talk About the Future of Robotics
These female researchers, designers, and executives are leading the development and commercialization of robotics technologies.
Why Are Horizon 2020 Grants So Tough to Get?
“86 out of every 100 scientists [who apply] are unhappy.” —Hans-Olaf Henkel, a German MEP
Five Things We Learned at RoboBusiness 2015
Annual robotics convention showed the state of the art across tech and industry.
Five Ways for Robotics to Save California
Technology can't solve all of the state's problems, but robotics and AI are addressing the most pressing ones.