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  1. Why Google and Apple will rule mixed realityRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | CIO

    The brilliant future of mixed reality will come to us from the likes of Microsoft and Magic Leap, according to the conventional wisdom. Microsoft has grabbed mindshare with awesome demos of its Hololens product, like its Project XRay game demo at its October 2015 Windows 10 event.


  2. AI and IoT in the Kingdom of Robots | @ThingsExpo #AI #IoT #M2M #BigDataRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WebSphere Journal

    ... possible combinations. This enormous volume of data quickly overwhelms humans. That is why non-humans (AI/software robots) can be used to such great effect to maintain productive situational awareness and strategic advantages in complex environments ...


  3. Brothers add robotic system to dairy south of CarthageRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Hawk Eye

    ... began in July with research and visits to farms already using similar equipment. Work on a new barn to house the robots began the day after Labor Day, and they were milking robotically by Dec. 7. "Our goal when we started was to have it pretty ...


  4. It's the outsize pay packet, stupidRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    ... middle class incomes, and fear over declining career opportunities as jobs are "offshored," or destroyed by robots and other new technology. In the UK, according to the consultancy Manifest, the average blue-chip CEO gets A 4.3 million (HK$41.4 ...


  5. Scientists develop humanlike biological robotsRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Nerve News

    New York, Feb 19 - A team of scientists has developed small, soft biological robots -- bio-bots -- that can walk and swim on their own or when triggered by electrical or light signals. These tiny muscle-powered robots were first 3-D printed and then seeded with muscle cells.


  6. Bill Gates says robots that take your job should pay taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    ... have been discussing the looming threat of robotic automation for several years now. An Oxford report from 2013 found robots could displace up to 50% of jobs between 2023 and 2033. And a 2015 McKinsey report concluded that today's technology could ...


  7. Articulated Arm Robot Market Outlook; Development Trends, Market...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago |

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  8. Manson Northwest Webster, Southeast Valley, Algona find what's good in educationRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Messenger

    ... success in several areas. The students in the robotics class have gone to several First Tech Challenges with the robots that were designed and built to perform a series of tasks. The program is popular and can help prepare the students for careers ...


  9. LG cements strategic focus on innovative and premium product line-up at Innofest 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    ... at Innofest 2017 focuses on company's latest foray into the development of ground-breaking line-up of intelligent robots, part of the company's innovations in artificial intelligence and developments in the IoT ecosystem. The line-up includes a home ...


  10. More informationRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Austin Monthly

    Leonardo Art, Science, Evening Rendezvous , the Department of Art and Art History and the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin will host a panel discussion and reception for the exhibition Omnibus Filing at the Visual Arts Center. The conversation between artists and scientists, moderated by Dr. Ann Reynolds, Associate Professor of Art History, will aim to illuminate some of the more intriguing overlaps and discoveries that manifested from this foray into cross-disciplinary collaboration.


  11. Trump's Boeing address reflects manufacturing focusRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Griffin Daily News

    ... His speech at the Boeing plant in North Charleston, South Carolina, never once touched on the increasing role of robots on assembly lines. It glossed over Boeing's own statement that 30 percent of the parts for the 787 fleet come from foreign ...


  12. Rapoport Academy hosts FIRST Lego League eventRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Waco Tribune-Herald

    FLL is an international robotics competition that has more than 250,000 participants and over 32,000 robots from 88 different countries.


  13. Let's Slow Down the Faster FutureRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Schools Matter

    ... digital gets faster, cheaper, and smaller at an exponential rate," and this results in "wearable computers. Robots building robots." We are told that we live in exponential times and "Change doesn't care if you're ready." insist that compasses are ...


  14. This BB-8 Robot is Just Like the Real ThingRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    ... commands and that it would make the robot act scared. While both Sphero and Hasbro have come out with their own BB-8 robots, Spin Master's version looks like it will be the most realistic droid yet, thanks to its relatively large size, rich voice ...


  15. Hospitality Industry Welcomes Helpful AutomationRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | VDARE

    Hotel management has reacted positively toward the improved capabilities of robots suitable for their industry. A recent confab of the hospitality industry highlighted the new automation becoming available to perform more challenging tasks.


  16. Automation: Bill Gates Says to Tax RobotsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | VDARE

    ... millions of American citizens into inescapable poverty. Microsoft founder Bill Gates thinks the answer is to tax the robots according to their productivity. Interestingly, the European parliament rejected just such a proposal earlier this week. ...


  17. Bill Gates thinks we might have to start taxing robots in the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    The increasing automation of production lines has been the subject of much debate and controversy in recent years, as many jobs that we previously performed by humans can now be done more efficiently and at a lower cost by robots. In some cases, these have been replaced by new jobs in the design and maintenance of said machines but, overall, the higher skill cap for such jobs, alongside the increasing pace at which robots are taking over more repetitive tasks is expected to leave many unemployed.


  18. Hollis Brookline High School's FIRST Robotics team kicks off seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Frontpage The Cabinet Press, Inc.

    ... to countries as far as China and India. The Force Team, as they are known in the community, has been building robots to participate in FIRST competitions since 2002. They have an average of 45-60 students participating each year, making it one of ...


  19. 7 Discoveries and Observations from the CES 2013 Conference FloorRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | K.b.$kob@@c

    These big and beautiful TV's show virtually no pixelation when displaying UHD content . Also present were new curved televisions that enable viewers to have a more balanced viewing experience , and an impressivedual-view 3D TVby Samsung that enables two people to watch different high definition 3D broadcasts in full screen at the same time from the same television.2. It's more fun to use human interfaces and have physical interaction.While TV's, phones, computers and cameras steal the headlines at CES, smaller companies tucked away in the corners innovating in ways you can't imagine are much more fun.


  20. Tech Can Track You Anywhere OnlineRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | NewsFactor

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