Inertial navigation and sensors work with robots, drones, autos and marine vehicles.
Drone company now has approvals for pilotless operations in three countries.
Cooperation, clashing, and culture protection highlight global developments in robotics and AI.
While some nations look to forge bonds with other nations around automation and AI, other foreign adversaries are looking to attack and steal data.
Language barriers and culture limitations could be eased through the use of ‘robot ambassadors’; construction robots disrupt labor force in some countries while helping others facing shortage of human workers.
India think tank sets goals for AI development, and a report predicts 1 in 3 jobs will be lost to automation in Australia