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A Brisbane-based team of robotics experts from the CSIRO will represent Australia and the Southern Hemisphere at the grand final of world’s leading robotics competition to be held in the United States this month.

Published in Strategy

Epson and its subsidiary Epson X Investment Corporation "will subscribe in the third-party allocation of sales for GITAI Inc., a startup company developing general-purpose space robots, and invest in the company through their EP-GB Investment Limited Partnership."

Published in Space

Billed as the largest warehouse in Australia, which you can see in the videos embedded below, spanning 200,000 square metres, over 1500 local jobs will be created while working alongside "advanced robotics".

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 13 January 2021 15:51

Cool things on display at CES 2021

Phones with scrolling screens, home robots, UV-C office and classroom disinfection bots, giant 4K and 8K TVs, glasses that project a giant display in front of your eyes, a touchless video doorbell, super eye-friendly tablet displays, autonomous trucks and cars, backpacks with screens that can display emojis and so much more, the Consumer Electronics Show 2021 in underway in Las Vegas and as usual, it's wild.

Published in Home Tech

SoftBank is one of the world's most technologically connected companies, and for years has also had a robotics division which has now reached Australia, with its new robot being a true whiz at cleaning and arriving at just the right time to help deal with our new post-COVID reality.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Australians are relatively positive about the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in society, but concerns remain around privacy and threats to jobs , according to a new national survey by Monash University, which also reveals that understandings of AI are varied – from robots “taking over the world” to computers being programmed to perform tasks in a positive fashion.

Published in Business Intelligence

Upskilling workers with vital innovation capabilities is key for the future employment landscape, according to a study by Flinders University Professor Giselle Rampersad which also found that for workers of the future to thrive with robots and artificial intelligence, they will need to learn innovation through strong Worker Integrated Learning programs.

Published in Education

Three quarters of Australian executives acknowledge collaboration between humans and machines will be critical to innovation in the future – but only one-third are currently using human-centric design - according to a new technology report from management consulting and professional services firm Accenture.

Published in Strategy

The rise in e-commerce is fuelling rapid growth in parcel delivery volumes, with the global market expected to grow to US$665 billion by 2023, according to a new report from global technology research firm Lux.

Published in Market

The spread of the coronavirus — COVID-19 — is prompting businesses to undergo digital transformations, adopting new technologies to allow employees to remain productive and effective during the epidemic, according to global technology research firm OMDIA.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 21:22

Anki Vector robot saved by Digital Dream Labs

The company behind Cozmo, Vector and the Overdrive car racing game, Anki, went bankrupt, but its assets have been purchased by Digital Dream Labs, which intends to restore the entire platform and continue development.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 21 January 2020 14:27

Epson simplifies industrial robot management

Multiple industrial robots can be simultaneously managed via new software from Epson.

A claimed “world first” cutting-edge robotics research project at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision to create bespoke, miniaturised surgical robots, is the brainchild of a young researcher, Andrew Razjigaev.

Published in Health

The arrival of 5G technology will drive a new wave of growth in the rapidly evolving robotics and artificial intelligence sector, according to one global investment advisory firm.

New Zealand’s Invert Robotics has secured a US$8.8 million round of funding, with the capital raised to be used to scale the company’s team, and to fund the planned opening of a US office and expansion of its technology platform and industry-specific solutions.

Published in Strategy

Last week, the FIRST Robotics Competition held its first two Australian events for 2019, having first arrived down under in 2006, with Rockwell Automation's Global STEM ambassador, Jay Flores, attending the event.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 27 November 2018 23:48

LG launches AI-enabled robotic vacuum cleaner

Global consumer electronics giant LG Electronics has launched a robotic vacuum cleaner with built-in artificial intelligence and machine learning as one of a “new breed” of AI- enabled appliances being developed.

Published in Market

Retailers worldwide are increasingly embracing robotic process automation and other emerging automation technology practices to simplify complex tasks and streamline administrative processes, according to a new report.

Published in Strategy

Konica Minolta is partnering with collaborative mobile robots manufacturer, Mobile Industrial Robots, in a move it says will bring bring a greater level of automation to its clients in Australia.

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 19:37

Samsung opens new AI Centre in New York City

Samsung Research is establishing another AI Center in New York, focusing on robotics, to "strengthen its AI capabilities". This is in addition to five facilities in South Korea, the US, the UK, Canada and Russia, 

Published in Development
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