Cooperation, clashing, and culture protection highlight global developments in robotics and AI.
This week, China flexes its robot muscles as part of its robot strategy, Russian police robots prepare to patrol Asia, and a study shows how much influence robots can have on children.
As Iran tries to rejoin the global economy, Iranian robotics is poised to capitalize on the country’s military and healthcare research.
Ethical decisions for autonomous cars continue to spark debate worldwide, the Middle East sees rising investments in AI, and countries bring robotics and AI technologies to a space race.
This week saw humans voting for an AI entity, China moving to AI for treating patients, and continued automation in the shipping and shipbuilding space.
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?
This week’s international AI and robotics roundup looks at the IEEE’s show in Singapore, a deal between Germany and China, and Indian drones for fighting disease.
Robot soldiers are only part of the challenges facing companies serving the race to adopt military automation. They must also protect intellectual property, comply with international regulations, and understand who may have access to their systems.
Russian and Chinese robotics partnerships have grown in the past few years, involving military, agricultural, and logistics robotics. Could they become serious competitors for Western tech companies?
Unmanned turret could lead to a fully automated tank, but will Russian robotics translate into sales and battlefield effectiveness?