ViDi Systems wins the Robot Launch 2016 competition

Vidi Systems from Switzerland is the overall Grand Winner of the 2016 Robot Launch global startup competition, beating out many US contestants in a field that included sensors, artificial intelligence, social robots, service robots and industrial solutions.

Robots won't kill the workforce. They'll save the global economy.

Ruchir Sharma for The Washington Post:  The United Nations forecasts that the global population will rise from 7.3 billion to nearly 10 billion by 2050, a big number that often prompts warnings about overpopulation. Some have come from neo-Malthusians, who fear that population growth will outstrip the food supply, leaving a hungry planet. Others appear in the tirades of anti-immigrant populists, invoking the specter of a rising tide of humanity as cause to slam borders shut. Still others inspire a chorus of neo-Luddites, who fear that the “rise of the robots” is rapidly making human workers obsolete, a threat all the more alarming if the human population is exploding. Before long, though, we’re more likely to treasure robots than to revile them. They may be the one thing that can protect the global economy from the dangers that lie ahead.   Cont'd...

SMP Robotics S5 PTZ Security Robot Wins Awards for Tech Tank and Featured New Product Contests at ISC East Security Conference

SMP Robotics S5 Security Robot was presented at ISC East by a master distributor Make Em Move Robotics and was nominated in two categories: Tech Tank and Featured New Product Contest and won in both categories.

Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara Release New Video Showing Drone Platform for Project First Responders

Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara launch the second video episode from the Project First Responders series. This new video explores the challenges of launching multiple drones in public safety operations. To see the new video and more from the Empowering Innovation Together program, visit www.mouser.com/empowering-innovation.

Millennia, The Robot With a Heart to Debut at Universal Medical Systems Booth at AAEP Convention Visit Booth #941 at The Show From Dec. 4-6

Universal Medical Systems, Inc. (UMS) the world's premier provider of veterinarian diagnostic imaging systems and the first company to offer robotic imaging to veterinary medicine is sponsoring the appearance of Millennia, the Robot With a Heart at their tradeshow booth # 941 for the American Association of Equine Practitioners 62nd Annual Convention from December 4-6, 2016 in Orlando, Florida.

Telepresence Robots to Celebrate United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Robots will storm the Prudential Center in Boston, MA during the 31 Nights of Light Event on December 3rd, 2016. Suitable Technologies is partnering with NTI to help individuals with severe disabilities be at the event even though they are hundreds of miles away.

Packaging Robot: A Step Ahead in Intelligent Modernization beyond Expectations!

Packaging Robots Industry set to Surpass US $ 5 Bn by 2024, on the Backdrop of Need to Modernization of Manufacturing Facilities and Enhance Operational Efficiency

Rising Media's Frontier Tech Forum San Diego to Include Top Speakers, Hackathon, and Diversity Panel, Focusing on Innovation in Emerging Technologies

Rising Media announced a series of special features and highlights for its upcoming Frontier Tech Forum event in San Diego, including an Amazon Alexa Hackathon, an interactive panel focusing on diversity in technology businesses, and a host of talks from key players in 3D printing, robotics, and virtual & augmented reality.

ARxIUM Introduces New RIVA Automated IV Compounding System

Company to host RIVA and other system demonstrations at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Meeting and Exhibition from December 5 to 8

Metallic glass gears make for graceful robots

Science Daily:  Throw a baseball, and you might say it's all in the wrist.  For robots, it's all in the gears.   Gears are essential for precision robotics. They allow limbs to turn smoothly and stop on command; low-quality gears cause limbs to jerk or shake. If you're designing a robot to scoop samples or grip a ledge, the kind of gears you'll need won't come from a hardware store. At NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, technologist Douglas Hofmann and his collaborators are building a better gear. Hofmann is the lead author of two recent papers on gears made from bulk metallic glass (BMG), a specially crafted alloy with properties that make it ideal for robotics.   Cont'd...

Innovative Robotic Technology Improves Safety in Hazardous Locations

UL and Shell collaborate on a robot that performs inspections in the most challenging environments.

QIHAN Sanbot Humanoid Robot Aiding Customs Workers At Gongbei Port of Entry

AI-powered robot ensures security and efficiency at busy immigration and customs terminal

Designing Agile Human-Machine Teams

DARPA seeks mathematical methods to enable a general-purpose design tool for optimizing human-machine teams in a diverse range of national security contexts

Stanford study concludes next generation of robots won't try to kill us

Bruce Brown for DigitalTrends:  It sounds like we can all take a breath and forget about robot attacks occurring — at least anytime soon. Robots turning against their makers is a common theme in science fiction. However, there’s “no cause for concern that AI poses an imminent threat to humanity,” according to Fast Company, citing the first report from the One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence (AI100). The Stanford University-hosted project represents a standing committee of AI scientists. The AI100 project is ongoing but will not issue reports annually — the next one will be published “in a few years.” The first report, Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030, downloadable at this link, looks at how advances in AI will make a difference in the U.S. between now and 2030. Areas of change explored by the report include transportation, healthcare, education, the workplace, and policing and public safety.  Cont'd...

"SANDY" Android Supported Humanoid Robot in India

Sandy was made in India taking in efforts of the 'i-Brain Robotics, and the 'I Brain', is customarily one of the first Intelligent and Human Sized Humanoid the world has ever witnessed. And, Sandy happens to be the only one in our country and the maiden one in the Indian Subcontinent. With a 5 feet stature, and a cosmic network of sensory circuits, creation of Sandy is made to meticulously mimic a human camaraderie.

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