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The cutest robot in the world will finally arrive in A/NZ this year
Anki, the Silicon Valley-based robotics and artificial intelligence company, announced it is bringing the future of consumer robotics to A/NZ...
Will a robot take my job? Automation has more to give than it will take
Since the introduction of automation, robots and artificial intelligence (AI), people have feared being outdone, and entirely replaced.
Cogobuy hits milestone with Intel in cultivating robotics ecosystem
China is expected to more than double its spending on robotics and related services from USD$24.6 billion in 2016 to $59.4 billion in 2020.
Ford announces new AI and robotics research team
The new research team is focused on making self-driving cars a reality within the near future.
Three advanced robots making sci-fi technology a reality
Super robots are real and they aren’t the stumbling messes you expect.
Robots VS. humans: Do businesses need robotics processing automation?
“There are many misconceptions around RPA – robots are not taking over our jobs – it’s about integrating the right technology into the workplace."
You're invited: Enabling e-Learning free PD webinars
There's a back catalog of e-Learning webinars sitting there for onto it educators to view on demand. Take advantage of free PD to bring tech to class.
Research discovers predicted year robots could replace us
Research generates predictions of when AI and Robotics are likely to exceed human workers.
University brings robots to show and tell at Fieldays
"Robots never sleep, and this makes them ideal workers. They’ll do the menial work humans should no longer be expected to do."
Snapchat drones could be coming your way soon
Their latest venture appears to be putting their camera technology atop drones, which could potentially prove to be a game changer.
Students need to be prepared for future automated workforce
"By introducing students to cognitive skills, we can impact their lives and steer them towards cognitive industries."
You're invited: Free webinar PD on robots coding and more
"Educators! Take some time out of your day and log into this free webinar focusing on innovative technologies and how the can promote great learning."
Real life Robocop patrols the streets of Dubai
Criminals in Dubai, you are officially on notice: The world’s first ‘robocop’ is set to begin roaming the streets of Dubai.
Programmer ignites students' creative spark with game design
"Lighting a spark. Seeing kids take to the idea of making games & watching them come up with lots of neat ideas and concepts and drawings for games."
Warning: this story contains spiders and robots
Canterbury University wants to learn how to build robots based on clever little jumping spiders.
Robotics: Turning simple chats into dynamic engagements
20% of consumers prefer chat-based customer service, while 80% still want a live human typing on the other end.
Talend: The reality of the artificial intelligence revolution
Robots assuming complete control of society is unlikely; nuances of perception, intuition, and plain old “gut-check reactions” still elude machines.
Robot builder brings bots and games into the classroom
“I made games with my kids last year involving unicorns and farting dinosaurs using a Makey Makey controller.”
You're invited: Techweek'17 at MOTAT
MOTAT Techweek’17 is coming up, an event that celebrates the reshaping of the world through innovative, exciting technology.
Robotics revolution set to shake up New Zealand's primary industries
Robotics and smart machinery could help accelerate efficency, quality, safety - and it could save our primary industries money.
Pegasystems unveils AI and robotics capabilities to optimise CRM solution
Pega’s workforce intelligence capabilities use robotic automation and AI to understand how sales and service agents work.
AI & robotics severely lacking in cyber protection, new research finds
"Cybersecurity is vital in ensuring these robots are safe & don’t present serious cyber or physical threats to the people & organizations they serve."
Robotics spending set to double, market to enjoy ‘tremendous’ growth
"This growth is really fuelled by a combination of technology improvements, expanded use cases, and acceptance in the market."
New international collaboration with University of Auckland to lead robotics development
"Digital engineering and the human-machine interface is likely to benefit from the recent international collaboration."