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Hancock’s half hour at Hermes: good, but not good enough

Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and (as the BBC satire W1A put it) “for some reason also Sport”, praised delivery...

Five smart factories – and what you can learn from them

Amazon and Adidas aren't the only success stories in smart manufacturing, says Kayla Matthews. Whirlpool, Siemens, HP, Hirotec, and Ocado are all redefining industrial...

Iris Automation gets funding for plan to bring AI to commercial...

Collision avoidance provider Iris Automation has received $8 million funding to bring its AI technology to autonomous drones and other flying vehicles. In October...

Analysis: 7 New Year’s resolutions for the Internet of Things

The New Year is traditionally a time for taking stock and, for some, committing to focus on improvements to our lives in the form...

Genpact: Training crucial to human/AI co-operation in the workplace

According to a new Genpact study, a large majority of companies that are adopting artificial intelligence believe that their employees will be able to...

Flippy robot to automate jobs in CaliBurger restaurants

American fast food chain CaliBurger is set to roll out 'Flippy' robots in 50 of its restaurants. The move will help to "cook burgers...

Robot tax could ease drawbacks of automation

San Francisco politician Jane Kim is pushing for a robot tax on companies gaining an advantage from automation. The move could raise funds for retraining...

Qt gets cuter for developers focused on IoT automation

Mobile application development company Qt (pronounced 'cute') has refreshed its programmer toolset, designed for coders building apps in the industrial automation space. Qt has had a...

Start-up of the month: Waylay – connecting IoT to business processes

Internet of Business spends five minutes with Waylay co-founder and CEO, Piet Vandaele, discussing the need for an "orchestration" platform that enables the integration...

Survey shows IIoT has “crossed the chasm”, claims Zebra

Zebra Technologies, manufacturer of mobile computers, scanners, and barcode printers, has released the findings from its annual Manufacturing Vision Study. The global study of 1,100 executives from...

Brewing company draughts in Rockwell Automation to boost production

Cleveland, Ohio-based Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) has invested in manufacturing analytics technology from Rockwell Automation to scale its production efforts. As data proliferates, seemingly...

Consultants set to cash in on march of the robots

Eight out of ten US corporates have begun investing time and money into robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) – and the...
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