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Robotics, A.I will create 58 million jobs, decimate middle-class careers: World...

The World Economic Forum predicts nearly 60 million extra jobs will be created by 2022, thanks to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. A new WEF report,...

RPA: Blue Prism partners with Celonis on process automation, transformation

Robotic process automation (RPA) and ‘digital workforce’ specialist Blue Prism has announced a partnership with business process transformation provider, Celonis. The deal will see the...

Impossible Aerospace: Startup shakes up drones with new battery tech

Drones have made enormous progress in recent years. Computer vision technology has been steadily improving; obstacles can be detected and avoided; and autonomous flight...

MIT research advances robotic object recognition and manipulation

Breakthrough research at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) is teaching robots to use computer vision to work out how to pick...

InterDrone: 3DR, Yuneec partner to ease US government drone security fears

California-based drone software company 3DR has joined forces with Chinese drone manufacturer Yuneec in a new venture: 3DR Government Services. The pair will seek to...

Health tech: Robot surgeon arrives in the NHS

British medical company CMR Surgical has launched a robotic arm designed to be remotely controlled and to perform minimally invasive operations. The Versius robot mimics the...

LG, Luxoft expand webOS to automotive, robotics, smart homes

NEWSBYTE IT services company Luxoft is partnering with LG Electronics to expand the webOS operating system into the automotive, robotics, and smart home sectors. LG...

Manufacturing: How Robotics as a Service extends to whole factories

The idea of Robotics as a Service, which sees companies pay a subscription fee for robots rather than buying them upfront, is gaining ground...

Wearable robots: LG to unveil robot mobility suit

NEWSBYTE South Korean electronics giant LG has confirmed that it will unveil a 'human-centric' wearable robot to the public at the IFA 2018 show...

Vulnerable people easily manipulated by humanoid robots, find new studies

Malek Murison and Chris Middleton report on a brace of new humanoid robotics studies that reveal just how easily human beings can be influenced...

Robotic hand uses AI, 100 simulated years to achieve dexterity

AI researchers from non-profit organisation OpenAI have created a system that allows a robotic hand to learn to manipulate physical objects with unprecedented dexterity,...

Industry 4.0: Overcoming ‘pilot purgatory’ key to manufacturing success – McKinsey

Most manufacturers believe they are leading their markets in Industry 4.0 technologies – despite evidence to the contrary, according to a new report from...
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