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Data61 to expand robotic infrastructure with new facility
“The new centre expands our research infrastructure to develop highly autonomous robotics systems that can interact safely and seamlessly with humans and other dynamic agents."
Malaysia investing in data-driven future – but obstacles remain
The country has openly expressed its desire to become the prime destination for high-tech industries in Southeast Asia.
AWS RoboMaker supports future of robotics development
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is venturing deeper in the world of robotics services for developers with the launch of AWS RoboMaker.
Why the automation industry is living up to the hype
The use of robots to eliminate mundane and repetitive tasks is helping retailers to cut costs without compromising service quality.
'Tech supported by people' paradigm the way forward
University of Auckland Business School Professor Ilan Oshri says that businesses need to shift from a model of ‘people supported by technology’ to one that is ‘technology supported by people’.
China vs the US – who’s winning the ICT market battle?
Amidst trade tensions, the two superpowers are taking two very different paths with their ICT investments.
Bye bye Baxter - Rethink Robotics bites the dust
Did we just lose one of the most pioneering robotics companies in the world? According to reports from the Boston Globe and a number of other media outlets, the answer looks to be 'yes'.
Konica Minolta's new Aussie partnership pledges more automation in manufacturing
Konica Minolta and mobile robot manufacturer Mobile Industrial Robots say they’re about to bring even more automation to their Australian clients.
NVIDIA and Arrow Electronics bring Xavier to industrial market
The new platform enables AI and robotics technology to transform manufacturing, logistics, smart cities, healthcare and more.
The future of farming is in agritech, says Callaghan Innovation
“We’ve always had a number 8 wire culture in farming but it is crucial we power that up with science and technology," says Hemi Rolleston.
You were right all along - Robotic Process Automation really is the answer. But what’s the question?
RPA isn’t (and has never been) focused on creating human-like robots.
Effective security needs a balance of both humans and robots
Robots give security analysts more time to get up to speed on the latest threats and improve their technical skills.
Accenture: Data is king in age of disruption
To survive and thrive, companies need to make the most of their data to see trends and act quickly, just as digital disruptors do.
Apple's new carbon-free aluminium set to revolutionise manufacturing
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company’s is committed to advancing technologies that are good for the planet and help protect it for generations to come.
NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Research focus areas will include IoT, AI, data analytics, programmable networks and wireless technologies.
Embracing your new ‘robot’ co-workers
In many cases, the arrival of intelligent machines will have a positive impact on businesses, their overall performance and employees too.
Auckland: AI experts discuss what to do when a robot takes your job
“Robots will be taking our jobs, so what are we going to do to make sure we are ready for future economy?”
Spark’s robot wins big in Sydney
“It confirms for us that our approach to automation and what we are achieving is resulting in some great success.”
Robotic Process Automation: Six common mistakes and how to avoid them
As RPA remains largely misunderstood, Australian organisations are vulnerable to costly mistakes.
Epson named one of the top 100 global innovators
“Epson is honoured to have been selected for inclusion on the top 100 global innovators list."
DXC Technology combines robotics, cloud & AI in new platform
“We are now able to go beyond traditional limitations, helping our clients leap into a new era of speed, productivity and efficiency.”
AU one of the world’s AI superpowers with second-highest deployment
New research from Infosys revealed 89 percent of AU businesses have deployed AI technology, leaving many employees worried about their jobs.
Execs believe AI and robotics could change workplace for the better - study
Study finds teaming machine intelligence with humans can help organisations embrace efficient and meritocratic workforces.
How human-machine partnerships will drive the future of business
Angela Fox from Dell EMC talks about the mainstream appeal of new technologies like AI and VR, and how organisations must adapt as a result.