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.
Unlike other collaborative robots, Productive Robotics’ OB7 has seven degrees of freedom and proprietary protocols for security.
Cooperation, clashing, and culture protection highlight global developments in robotics and AI.
U.S. jobs in some regions could be more vulnerable to displacement from automation than others, having a direct affect on elections. And the governments of Taiwan and Iran look to artificial intelligence for new applications.
Vendors wooed consumer packaged goods makers with automation controls and digital twins to make optimizing factory performance easier.
Testing shows methods that hackers can grab private data from the VGo robots.
Japan and China are collaborating on a number of automation initiatives, but how does that affect their geopolitical rivalry? Plus, Germany wants a DARPA-like agency for cybersecurity.
The most common concern about automation and the Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, is about cybersecurity. An IEEE expert looks at three current challenges for IIoT devices and possible responses.
China presents many opportunities — and pitfalls — for foreign robotics suppliers, notes RoboBusiness speaker and international investment expert Georg Stieler.
Cybersecurity vulnerabilities in popular robots demand a regulatory response, and an India-Israel fund is just the latest example of a strengthening technology partnership.
With the first half of 2018 almost over, companies continue to invest heavily in robotics, AI, and autonomous vehicle systems.
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.