We made pizza. We made robots. Why not robot pizza?
The pizza-making robot is really good at making the easiest part of the pizza. But a system need not be artificially intelligent to be efficient and useful, and it’s easy to believe that Picnic is pointing the way toward the future.
Kids are going way beyond their school curriculum, making apps and websites. At th...
UiPath partners with 150 academic institutions in India
The programme, aimed at creating an inclusive workforce who are fluent in automation ...
At Alibaba's FlyZoo futuristic hotel, robots run the show
Alibaba’s FlyZoo hotel with its range of AI intelligent services in the 290-room property in Hangzhou will transcend you into a world where ...
Underwater scooters, pizza robots, mind-controlling headband: CES leaves people amazed with mind-boggling tech
Robots were the main attraction at the Las Vegas gadget show.
Walmart unveils robot-run warehouse to whisk food to your car
The Alphabot, designed by a Massachusetts startup called Alert Innovation, could help Walmart build on that lead. Walmart began working with Alert in 2016, as part of a broader corporate initiative dubbed “Alpha” that sought to improve the profitability of online grocery.
IIT Madras alumni donates Rs 1 crore for robotics research laboratory
“Alumni have made a big difference to several of our research and teaching initiatives at IIT Madras. This interdisciplinary lab on robotics will help train several generations of students for our emerging high tech workforce,” said Mahesh Panchagnula, dean (International and Alumni Relations) at IIT Madras.
Meet NEON: Samsung's new AI-powered robot that can converse & sympathise
The announcement was made at the opening of CES.
Robotics startup FlytBase raises seed funding
The seed funding comes as the company gains traction for its commercial drone automation software, with a focus on high-value enterprise use-cases such as wind turbine inspection, live remote drone operations and public safety.
Quantum Leap: Intelligent robots & cyborg warriors will lead the charge in battle
Today’s robots are largely remote-controlled with little onboard intelligence. But the inflection point is near where artificial intelligence and deep learning will help future robots assess situations and make on-the-spot decisions to respond without any human intervention.
From retail to robotics, Jeff Bezos is betting big on technology
Amazon, led by a man who is always pulling new rabbits out of his hat, could soon disrupt on a mammoth scale.
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