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Automation has changed the future of work. What about people?
on 26th of Jun 2019 A computer can be programmed to Tweet, post to Facebook and even to create a suggested . will be in helping implement and maintain it. For the immediate future – and long before ‘robot robots’ exist
Apple & Google’s Vision of the Future Contrasted by Developer Resources
(Jun 2019) While this comment has been viewed as a criticism of Facebook, we believe Cook is speaking to a bigger theme for tech companies to reduce the damage they’ve done and in the future leverage
The promise and pitfalls of using robots to care for the elderly
(Jun 2019) “We believe that sensors and A.I. is the future of at-home care and . wish to hand over 100% of caregiving to robots — any more than we would not visit a parent on their birthday because we know
How companies are using your data
(Jun 2019) Google, Amazon and Facebook may be . their drivers any more. Robot drivers are likely to have fewer accidents, drive more efficiently and also complain less. It makes complete sense for a
AI, robots, data software helping create new approach for planning cities of the future
(Jun 2019) Artificial intelligence and robots are playing significant roles as planners develop the cities of the future. The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry is facing a major shift
Each year, soft robots gain new abilities. They can jump, squirm, and grip. Unlike hard robots, they can handle tomatoes without bruising the fruit, resurface .
Robots are good for many things, including rescuing people. Check out these 12 examples of rescue robots saving the day.
Equipped with 360-degree high-definition cameras that both record video and stream live feeds back to the department, the robot is designed to work as a .
5 Ways Robots Are Changing the World We Live In – Small Business Trends
on 26th of Jun 2019 5 Ways Robots Are Changing the World We Live In Small Business Trends
In today’s world, robots serve people as first-responders, companions, and problem-solvers. Here are five of the many ways robots are changing the world.
Keeping The Law Personal During The Rise Of Robots – Above the Law
on 26th of Jun 2019 Keeping The Law Personal During The Rise Of Robots Above the Law
Substituting algorithms for the human touch robs us of the very personal nature of the practice of law.
The Next Generation of Robots Will Be Powered By Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I. – Fortune
(Jun 2019) The Next Generation of Robots Will Be Powered By Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I. Fortune
Japanese companies are working with U.S. companies to build next-generation robots powered by artificial intelligence.
Bipedal robot navigates the future – Penn: Office of University Communications
on 26th of Jun 2019 Bipedal robot navigates the future Penn: Office of University Communications
What has two legs, no torso, and hangs out in the basement of Penn’s Towne Building? It’s Cassie, a dynamic bipedal robot, a recent addition to Michael Posa’s .
If you did the Mannequin Challenge, you are now advancing robotics research – MIT Technology Review
on 26th of Jun 2019 If you did the Mannequin Challenge, you are now advancing robotics research MIT Technology Review
Cast your mind back to the internet in 2016. Do you have hazy memories of the Mannequin Challenge? Well, the viral YouTube trend has now been used to train .
Should sentient robots have the same rights as humans? – The Independent
on 26th of Jun 2019 Should sentient robots have the same rights as humans? The Independent
Imagine a world where humans coexisted with beings who, like us, had minds, thoughts, feelings, self-conscious awareness and the capacity to perform .
Getting robots to do what you want – without unintended consequences – Electronics Weekly
on 26th of Jun 2019 Getting robots to do what you want – without unintended consequences Electronics Weekly
Researchers at Stanford University are seeking ways to tell autonomous systems what to do, that reduce the chance of unintended consequences when the .