This week’s attempt to catch up on recent transactions in the robotics and AI space include investments in diagnostics, automotive, and some robotics acquisitions.
Rensselaer lab working to expand robot capabilities to improve humans’ quality of life.
Analyzing risk through algorithms to keep construction sites accident-free.
Why artificial intelligence is not only important for robotics, but other areas and markets as well.
Investments reach several touchpoints in the auto industry, from sensors to lidar to AI for car dealerships.
Investors opened their wallets to help further development of robotics systems, mobile mapping technology, and industrial 3D printing platforms.
CloudFactory’s Mark Sears chats with us about the augmented workforce of the future.
Brain Builder platform streamlines creation, deployment, and analysis for companies looking to deploy AI.
Few themes emerge with investments; are people waiting for spring to begin?
It’s been a relatively quiet period for investments in the robotics and AI space, yet companies still receive funding in the usual markets – including AI chips and unmanned systems.
Company says intelligent robot joints and cloud-based ‘brain’ will advance service robotics for better human assistance.
Investors were in the mood for love this week, as we saw mergers and large investments for self-driving vehicle companies and medical robotics companies, among other transactions.
System uses reinforcement learning to move beyond human-enabled data labeling for automated decision-making.
From cars to trucks, self-driving developers are earning investors’ attention in recent weeks.
All the news you missed and trends you need to know about for the week are right here.
Funding includes money for drone companies, smart building software makers, and AI services.
Big investments in additive manufacturing could trigger a ready-for-disruption inflection point.
A wild card entrant in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, Zzapp Malaria is creating a Waze-like app and AI for precise application of anti-malarial measures.
With CES in the rear-view mirror, we look at which robotics, drone, and AI companies were closing new deals.
Rescue robots can help save lives in the aftermath of disaster, but agencies should know more about their costs and capabilities, says Robin Murphy, founder of Roboticists Without Borders.
Ingrained in the company’s culture, IBM patents were awarded to employee inventors across 48 countries worldwide last year.
Every automation business or user of robotics wants to know where the technology and markets are heading. Here are our predictions.
Funding remains strong for robot companies, AI firms and autonomous vehicle technologies.
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