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Investment in automated warehouses drives down Ocado profits – for now

Online retailer Ocado is facing higher than anticipated costs and further losses in the short term, as it grapples with a shifting business model...

Tesla signs agreement for China Gigafactory, doubling output

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has signed a preliminary agreement with the Shanghai government to build a Tesla factory in China. The new facility will...

Kroger to use driverless cars for last-mile grocery deliveries

Kroger, America’s largest supermarket chain, will be rolling out a driverless grocery delivery service in partnership with Nuro, a company started by two former...

Small chips edge smart nano-drones closer to reality

Researchers working at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a tiny chip that could control drones as small as a bee. A team...

City of Robots: How robotics & automation could solve cities’ most...

The future of the world will be urban, with the majority of people living in cities. In Asia and Africa, a burgeoning youth population...

MIT introduces brain-controlled robots

Scientists from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are leading research into controlling robots using brainwaves and simple hand movements. Their work is...

Public overwhelmingly rejecting robots, finds UK Robotics Week report

With UK Robotics Week upon us, UK-RAS has released a survey trumpeting public support for the technology. However, the results reveal the exact reverse,...

Robotics roundtable: Should robots look like humans, or like machines?

Science fiction traditionally depicts robots that reflect or caricature humans, replicating our best or worst traits. As robots are becoming increasingly commonplace and lifelike,...

Exclusive Q&A | Blue Prism CTO David Moss on automation, AI,...

Robotic process automation pioneer Blue Prism has grown fast under the radar: a British success story – and a North of England success story,...

Underwater robotics company agrees swarm-bot deal with US Navy

NEWSBYTE Sydney-based underwater robotics company, Aquabotix, has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the United States' Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC). The deal...

RPA: Blue Prism announces new robotic automation skills, partnerships

• For our in-depth interview with Blue Prism co-founder and CTO, David Moss, please go here. Blue Prism, a prime mover of the robotic process...

CogX 2018: How AI will teach itself to transform economy

As AI and robotics develop side by side, the medium-term future will see infant-like robots that can learn for themselves and crow-like machine intelligences...
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