Archive | May, 2021

Why these successful software founders are planting seeds for ag tech ventures

Carbon Robotics CEO Paul Mikesell in a farm field with his company’s autonomous weeder. The robot uses laser light to zap as many as 100,000 weeds an hour. (Carbon Robotics Photo)
Farmers typically consult the calendar and the weather forecast to figure out when to plant their crops, but figuring out how to grow a tech startup focused on the

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That Turtle Smashing Through A Windshield Striking A Florida Mom Is A Valuable Lesson For AI Self-Driving Cars

News out of Florida indicates that a turtle burst through the front windshield of a car, fortunately all are okay, and we can thusly glean lessons learned for self-driving cars.

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How AI Robotics are Transforming the Health Care Industry

Two of the most futuristic technologies that the world is leveraging today are AI and Robotics. Implementing these two technologies can lead to innovations in several industry verticals, including the healthcare industry.
AI Robotics are Transforming the Health Care Industry
AI and Robotics are already working in several healthcare establishments. They’re carrying out tasks such as genetic testing, robotic surgery,

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The Latest Hot Marketplace, Material Bank, Raises $100 Million To Source Architectural And Construction Products — With Help From Robots

Media entrepreneur Adam Sandow used his experience with design publications to create a marketplace for architectural and construction products. That startup, Material Bank, is now worth nearly $1 billion.

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Implement robotic process automation with a mainframe

Practical ways for businesses with mainframe systems to benefit from advances in RPA.

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Investors Pour Millions Into Einride And Hwy Haul As Freight Trucking Needs Explode

Two innovative mobility companies are celebrating major cash infusions from investment groups. One is a leader in electric and driverless freight vehicles, the other is the brainchild of former Walmart WMT executives aimed at more efficient produce deliveries to grocery stores.

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Walmart Tests Over, The Age Of Robo-Retailers Is Not Quite Here… Yet

Even as big retailers like Walmart end in-store programs that used robotic devices, others continue to test and many believe it’s only a matter of time.

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Memory Stacking Has Its Ups and Downs

Memories have been moving on up for a while now, but there’s still more stacking that could be done to meet the performance requirements of memory-hungry applications, especially artificial intelligence (AI).
But stacking memories does create its own set of challenges, whether it’s stacking cells to create the memory devices themselves or stacking memory devices together within a system to

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