Distribution centers shouldn’t just look for point solutions, notes Roger Counihan. The CRO Online Summit speaker gives a preview of how to pick a partner and sell robotics internally.
In the absence of an international AI framework, companies designing or implementing AI should be prepared for multiple directives.
In the near future, surgeries will include enhanced imaging, greater autonomy, and optimized learning, said experts at the Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics.
Agriculture, drone systems, and mobile robot makers scoop up investments around the world.
Many manufacturers aren’t doing enough to measure human activities alongside automated processes, found a study by A.T. Kearney and Drishti.
Data science is behind improvements in machine vision, gripping, and integration, which in turn allow robots to be smarter helpers in distribution centers.
NVIDIA research announced at CoRL this week puts smart picking within robotic grasping range.
Ubiquitous sensors and applications are driving rapid growth for smart cities, but machine learning not yet advanced to cope with capacity demands.
AI and robotics are better than humans — at certain tasks. This infographic looks at the debate around automation and why people shouldn’t fear it.
There’s plenty of room for improvement in robot grasping, notes UC Berkeley Prof. Ken Goldberg. He gives a preview of his session, in which he will describes an approach with wide commercial application.
Robotics, AI and autonomous vehicle companies continue to clean up from investments.
Tend.ai developed a platform for programming multiple robots, but manufacturers had other ideas and needs, explains RoboBusiness speaker and new President Stephen Sickler.
As robots spread quickly into multiple industries, the need for automation safety to be part of companies’ adoption plans also grows.
Electronics manufacturing is changing because of transformative technologies including robotics, AI, and the cloud, finds IHS Markit. Physical automation is a top priority, but AI is just starting.
Chinese AI startups are an indicator of the nation’s ambitions to beat the U.S. Also, should the U.N. ban autonomous weapons, or could such systems help smaller countries defend themselves?
AI and robotics are becoming sophisticated enough that they can help solve world problems such as hunger, alternative energy, disease, and crime. But we need to be realistic about the work still needed to develop them.
Partnership aims to improve interactions between humans and humanoid robots
To reap the benefits of robotics, IoT, and AI development, you need the right tools, notes NVIDIA Vice President Deepu Talla. He’ll share case studies and breakthroughs at RoboBusiness 2018.
RoboBusiness is dedicated to helping robotics engineers learn about the latest in ingredient technologies and how they’re tied together. Here are some examples.
Before you can benefit from predictive maintenance or understand customer demand, you need a big data management strategy. A workshop before RoboBusiness 2018 can help you develop one.
RoboBusiness 2018 is your best chance to learn about the entire robotics ecosystem, from developing new applications and investing in startups to finding markets and guaranteeing ROI.
Basic income, along with taxes, ethics rules, and outright bans are among the government responses to the perceived threats of automation. Plus, which countries are pursuing autonomous weapons?
Despite the hype, real-world AI solutions are emerging, and a recent summit looked at new techniques and case studies, including a robot for aiding the aging, smart homes, and industrial automation.
Some of the robot intelligence trends discussed at Automatica 2018 included the need for good data, how cobots can help smaller businesses, and the roles of AI and human workers.
This week saw variations across the robotics funding landscape, artificial intelligence support companies and Internet of Things systems.