The U.S., China, and other nations are looking to make the most of their AI opportunity in the races for self-driving cars and the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Merging three companies from three countries, Denmark-based OnRobot sets its sights on conquering the end-of-arm tooling market for cobots.
Esben H. Ostergaard, the CTO of Universal Robots and recipient of the 2018 Joseph F. Engelberger Award, talks about the evolution of collaborative robots and how they can help people and companies.
The CA Accelerator encourages technical innovation and entrepreneurship in-house, while CA’s Strategic Research team is working on three projects to advance the state of AI and IoT.
This week saw Asian superpowers teaming up on AI and big data, the U.K. considering a robot tax to address automation job losses, and Microsoft creating AI to detect AI bias.
A commission in the German transport ministry has recommended ethics rules for self-driving cars that could provide a model for China and other nations.
An AI strategy can be directed by the central government, focus on regional hubs, or pursue a particular niche market. In addition, we look at how machine learning can be localized.
Analysts have expressed concerns that the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation will raise costs, limit access to data, and hinder AI development. The European privacy provisions could also lower barriers within the continent.
At AUVSI’s annual event, commercial drone users gained the ability to tailor their UAV engines to their application requirements, thanks to the motor kit concept from 3W.
This week saw developments in AI around spying, nuclear war decision-making and European investment.
The EU’s strict new General Data Protection Regulation will affect companies globally, and service robot users should know its provisions.
The debate over whether the corporate tax rate should encourage automation or hiring, as well as whether jobs and robotics are in opposition, continues worldwide.
Before robots can clear snow from your driveway, developers need to work out autonomous snowplow kinks. They’re doing just that at Fagerness Airport.
Robots and AI are taking on new roles, from inspecting oil rigs to hiring human workers. How do self-driving car regulations and Russian AI reflect new fronts in geopolitical competition?
The final week of March saw investments in robotics parts makers, food production robots, and continued funding for self-driving AI software companies.
Smaller businesses are investing in robotics, as affordability and ease of use remain on the rise, bringing a new automation wave to Denmark.
Universal Robots plans to maintain its market leadership by investing in education around cobot demand and use, as well as in its own staff.
Recent products showcasing the push toward Industry 4.0 in Scandinavia show the region’s strong emphasis on simpler programming and mobile adaptability.
A new OECD study on robotics and reshoring finds that multinationals are reorganizing production in reaction to more capable automation and rising wages worldwide.
Industry uses for augmented reality and virtual reality in conjunction with robotics, continue to grow, as manufacturers, militaries, and healthcare providers all look to find new uses for the technology.
The leaders in the AI race depend on availability of big data, breadth of use, and careful choices of international partners. Also, we look at potential U.S. and U.K. regulations around autonomous systems.
European cities are moving forward with the development of autonomous public transport, bringing together real-time traffic and road data with the latest developments in electric and autonomous vehicle technology.
The European Commission, the European Union’s executive branch, wants to enact regulations in response to drone concerns this year. Privacy protection and safety are two areas that face regulation.
Qualcomm recorded IoT sales of more than $1B in FY 2017, and its Industrial IoT momentum spans hundreds of leading brands.
Despite the ongoing turmoil and uncertainty relating to the ultimate impact of last years’ Brexit vote, there are encouraging signs that investment in the UK robotics remains on an even keel.