Archive | April, 2021

The U.S. Navy’s Robotic Missile Strike Was A High-Tech Show—For Lawmakers And Rival Fleets

In a high-tech war game on Sunday, the U.S. Pacific Fleet sent stealthy robot boats and flying drones to spot a target barge plying the waters off Southern California.

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New York Returns Its Police ‘Robodog’ After a Public Outcry

City residents and elected officials pushed back after videos showed the Boston Dynamics robot in action.

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2 Stanford experts say AI won’t transform healthcare until the 2030s

Professors Fei-Fei Li and Andrew Ng are skeptical that we’ll see any AI healthcare breakthroughs in the next few years.
Computer scientists have long promised that artificial intelligence could make healthcare work easier for doctors and ultimately better for patients. Around 10 years ago, IBM said its Watson technology would help doctors diagnose and treat patients. But no company has

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Robotic arm harvests apples and other technology news

LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.

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The Googleplex of the Future Has Privacy Robots, Meeting Tents and Your Very Own Balloon Wall

The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.

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Baidu Launches Robotaxi Service In Outer Beijing. How ‘Fully Driverless’ Is It Vs. AutoX?

Baidu, the leading search engine in China, has launched a robotaxi service in Shougang Park – an industrial park on the outskirts of Beijing which will be a site for the 2023 winter Olympics. How does it compare with AutoX’s offering and is it the first?

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Baidu Will Launch Driverless Robotaxis In Beijing This Week

Today Baidu announced that it will open the first paid, driverless robotaxi service in China, starting Sunday, May 2.

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The World’s First Robotics Venture Factory Is On ‘Robot Island’ In Denmark

There are more than 10,000 robot companies in China. Reportedly, less than 5% of them are doing well. But what if they didn’t all have to reinvent the wheel?

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