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World Economic Forum AI Robotics Report
By 2022, the emerging field of robotics and artificial intelligence AI will replace the need for 75 million jobs, claims a new report by the World Economic Forum (WEF). Sounds terrible, but it also forecasts...
Geek Plus, robotics venture in Beijing, claims that it has raised $150 million to develop automatic robots for warehouses and similar areas. It is planning to invest in sales, product development, and customer service. According to...
Toyota Motor Corp. now wishes to sell robots for every home. Toyota, expert in automated assembly lines, sees a future where the robots go beyond the factory and become routine in homes, assisting with chores along...
On Monday, Giant Food Stores declared that it will put robotic assistants, Martys, in 172 stores of the supermarket throughout Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia. The robots release is part of Ahold Delhaize USA’s plan...
A San Diego-based software technology firm, Brain Corp, declared on Dec 03 that it has collaborated with Walmart to supply artificial intelligence AI facilities to the biggest retailer across the globe.
Yesterday in Johannesburg South Africa, Samsung claimed that in order to advance its AI abilities, it will start a fresh artificial intelligence (AI) research department focused on robotics in New York, USA. In last June, Daniel...
A group of robots filled with food is now supplying quick snacks to students at a university in California. On Thursday, Hello Goodness-branded snackbots of PepsiCo started their work...
Robots need a way to diagnose their artificial structure since they are not born with neurons. Cornell University’s associate professor of mechanical engineering, Robert Shepherd claimed that think of a future in which robots are running...
In Las Vegas at CES 2019, Nvidia has declared that it will be developing Mercedes-Benz cars’ artificial intelligence (AI) structural design. "We're announcing a new partnership going forward, creating a...
Amazon is progressively dependent on tech even though it has over 610,000 workers. These technologies either replace or augment human workers, like the computer vision and sensor systems allow its cashier-free convenience shops and the robot trolleys...