Infographic showing how different job categories will be affected by automation. Frey and Osborne: about half of today’s jobs will likely by done by computers in a decade or two.
Residents of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area can now sign up to go for a ride in a self-driving minivan, thanks to a newly announced trial by Waymo, the self-driving car startup spun off from Google late last year – for free and as often as they …
Robotics is going to disrupt the residential construction industry in a serious way.
Meet SAM (Semi-Automated Mason), a bricklaying robot by Construction Robotics which can lay 3,000 bricks per day (approx the work of six humans).
If you have ‘only’ have $1 million investable assets and are always thirty for Goldman Sach’s advise, you are in luck!
This concrete house became the first house which was constructed, 3-D printed rather, completely on-site by a mobile robot. Previously all printed houses were done in a factory and then transported to location where they get assembled. It took 24 hours …
Think autonomous vehicles are going to hit the road near you pretty soon? Autonomous ships will hit the sea ports near you even sooner.
Meet Cafe X which just introduced its first robotic cafe in San Francisco.
An online grocer in the UK debutes a fruit-picking robotic arm for its assembly line.
The introduction of autonomous vehicles into the roadways will fundamentally change the way we think about traffic management and coordination of mobility.
The debate over whether software equipped robo-cars will ever become intelligent enough to handle the complex interactions on our streets and replace human drivers misses the opportunity to reframe the question and try to solve a simpler problem.
Google’s first driverless car report offers interesting insights into the rapidly evolving technology trend of autonomous vehicles. The future of robo cars, however, is already here.