China’s aggressive investments in robotics and artificial intelligence have led to warnings of an AI bubble. The week, we also take a look at how quickly drone deliveries could spread across the U.S., a New York City bill to study the use of AI in the courts, and more.
What were the top 10 articles of 2017 on Robotics Business Review? We look back at our most popular stories, which drew reader attention for their coverage of developments in industrial automation, international policy, and emerging applications for robotics and AI.
Google’s latest overture to China is an AI lab, as the country positions itself to be a leader in mobility services. Among other AI apps news this week, we look at the importance of cybersecurity for self-driving cars.
Forget about self-driving cars; how about flying taxis? Plus, the U.S. weighs restrictions on tech trade with China, even as China continues its pursuit of AI. See all this and more in our latest roundup of global robotics developments.
In our latest roundup of global developments in robotics, AI, and unmanned systems, we look at promising drone-delivery tests and intelligent systems that don’t require Internet connectivity. However, the threat of unemployment and war posed by automation could lead to more regulation.
The intensifying global robotics and AI rivalry includes Alphabet’s warning that the U.S. should pay more attention to China, as well as Canada’s first AI-driven ETF.
Submit your paper for our 2018 conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. As part of the second International Robotics Week, the RoboBusiness Europe conference and exhibition has issued a call for papers 2018.
Chinese courts are among the users for the latest Qihan robot, which is powered by IBM Watson. AI and robotics as a service are part of Qihan’s Sanbot King Kong and Xiaofa offerings, which will also be on display at CES 2018.
The need for European industry to push for unified drone legislation and specific use cases for unmanned systems were among the topics at TUS Nordics 2017.
Security challenges facing automation include Google Home Mini and privacy, DJI’s new local data mode, and Ukraine’s weaponized UGVs. Read more in this week’s roundup of global robotics developments.
The stage is set for a new era of international competition in the Arctic. As the ice melts, drones are becoming the most powerful tool for laying claims and monitoring countries. This an opportunity for drone manufacturers to solve specific challenges relating to extreme-cold environments.
Vehicle insurers have joined regulators, consumers, and truck drivers in warily watching the developments around autonomous vehicles.
Governments and the automation industry need to consider new policies when it comes to cybersecurity. Here are some recent examples of cybersecurity challenges facing the automation industry.
With the first warehouse automation patent for the software guiding its robots, IAM Robotics’ innovation paves the way to full warehouse automation.
RoboBusiness 2017 is an ideal event for attendees to learn about the growing and changing global robotics market and to build or update their own automation strategy.
Neither U.S. businesses nor the federal government should take American robotics leadership for granted; RoboBusiness 2017 will be an opportunity to show and see where automation users, markets, and policies are headed.
RoboBusiness U.S. is dedicated to advancing business with automation, so why should governments care? Here are four conference sessions that connect robotics and AI with the need for policy and strategy.
AI competitiveness is represented in recent moves by IBM Watson with MIT and the UAE. Also, will other countries copy proposed U.S. laws governing self-driving cars?
RoboBusiness 2017 will include presentations in its Expo Theater and Startup U. stages that can help startups, engineers, and end users learn about the automation market, career development, and tools to help their organizations compete.
Author and geopolitical expert Abishur Prakash gives a preview of his RoboBusiness 2017 session on cyber security concerns around robotics, AI, and IoT.
What are the business and ethical implications of healthcare AI? From diagnosis to patient interaction, artificial intelligence could soon change how healthcare is delivered and monitored.
Job fears are affecting government policies in the U.S., South Korea, and elsewhere, but will new regulations work? Also, the U.S. Army plans to stop using consumer drones from China-based DJI, citing cybersecurity risks.
Author Abishur Prakash talks about the geopolitical ramifications of robotics and AI. Government choices, company preparedness, and new applications and markets will all be important, he says.
What do China-U.S. trade tensions mean for the robotics industry? We look at this and other recent robotics developments, including international self-driving car research.
Robo-Team has accused fellow UGV maker Endeavor Robotics of suggesting that it was under foreign influence while lobbying Congress. Endeavor has filed a legal motion to dismiss the complaint.