As 2018 ends and 2019 begins, what stories garnered the most interest on RBR.com? These articles showcase some of the biggest trends of the year in robotics.
Funding remains strong for robot companies, AI firms and autonomous vehicle technologies.
Facial recognition cameras are multiplying across the world. We look at the similarities and differences among five countries leading the way in use of the technology.
Algorithms and programming advances provide exciting possibilities for the drone industry in the next decade.
Our latest roundup for robotics in 2019 yields glimpses into future capabilities and challenges for cobots, robots in retail, exoskeletons, and driverless trucks.
Video annotation tool in Brain Builder can help organizations reduce the time and cost of AI data preparation by at least 50%, says Neurala.
Components makers and software support firms score funding in recent weeks.
We asked leaders in the robotics industry to look ahead and predict the top trends for next year. Here’s what they told us.
AI-enabled module adds next-generation performance and power efficiency for edge processing for autonomous machines.
RBR picks the top news events from the past year around robots, drones, and automation efforts
AI companies aim to tackle data problems for enterprises; new company emerges to help solve supply chain issues through robotics and automation.
Machine learning being used to optimize processes, predict equipment failure for manufacturing partners.
AI World speakers described bringing human traits, ethics, and lots more data to machine learning applications.
Program for autonomous floor cleaning robots to expand to 360 stores by end of January 2019.
Logistics robotics, surgical robots and autonomous vehicle developers all score big in a post-Thanksgiving funding spree.
This week, our columnist looks at China’s plans for a deep-sea base using AI and robots, as well as whether the U.S. might follow China’s model for protecting certain technologies and industries.
Artificial intelligence conference and expo hits Boston with three days of case studies, networking, and workshops.
The impact of artificial intelligence within warehouses will act as a crystal ball for AI, robotics in other industries.
In the absence of an international AI framework, companies designing or implementing AI should be prepared for multiple directives.
Agriculture, drone systems, and mobile robot makers scoop up investments around the world.
What are the implications of the UAE turning to AI for oil and gas production? This week, we also look at Malta’s bid for AI leadership and British military robots.
Intel’s Neural Compute Stick 2, or NCS 2, and related tools improve processing at the edge, speeding the prototyping for healthcare and other AI applications.
How autonomous will tomorrow’s robots become? Is a new horizontal approach needed for robot creation, at least for the near future?
In this week’s global roundup, we look at how Australia is following China’s example in using facial recognition for internal security. Also, is Industry 4.0 dying in Germany?
Companies that use commercial drones in the air and underground earned big investments in recent weeks.