August 29, 2016      

As countries around the world look to robotics to diversify their economies, some are devising national strategies. Others are encouraging the private sector to take the lead. In Israel's case, a shift from security concerns to the desire to become a technology hub is guiding Israeli robotics.

Historically, Israel has been more concerned with its geopolitical situation than with adapting to the future. Meanwhile, the United Arab Emirates is holding competitions and setting government policies t...

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