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NTT Data adopts datacenter inspection robots

NTT Data adopts datacenter inspection robots

NTT Data plans to install datacenter robots to automate human inspection work. The robots will initially be deployed to the facilities of NTT Data's Japanese operations. The company plans to make them available as-a-service at a future time. The company trialled the bots from August 2022 to... Read more

date6 days ago
Amazon debuts a robot that can pick up tiny packages

Amazon debuts a robot that can pick up tiny packages

Amazon launched a warehouse robot that can pick up and categorize millions of individual unpackaged goods. The development will automate various jobs as the e-commerce giant is under pressure to reduce logistics costs. According to the organization, the Sparrow robot is the first to be able to ... Read more

date27 days ago
Busy factories are turning to robots to pick up more work

Busy factories are turning to robots to pick up more work

As firms struggle to employ enough labor to complete surging demand, robots are becoming more common on assembly lines and factory floors. According to the Association for Advancing Automation, the robotics industry's trade body, orders for workplace robots surged by a record 40% in Q1 of 2... Read more

date6 months ago
Tech leaders believe that AI is the future

Tech leaders believe that AI is the future

The future is believed to be artificial intelligence by a majority of tech leaders around the world. We are in an era where technological advancements occur every day, and many people believe that robots might take over the world. Well, that may not be the case, but, indeed, artificial intellige... Read more

date1 year ago
Study says adoption of robots is growing due too labour shortage

Study says adoption of robots is growing due too labour shortage

Researchers have found that businesses adopting robots and other forms of automation are largely opting to do so due to labour shortages. A study by researchers from MIT and Boston University will appear in a forthcoming print edition of The Review of Economic Studies. The study is authored by D... Read more

date1 year ago
The launch of WorldForge by AWS will enable AI simulations

The launch of WorldForge by AWS will enable AI simulations

On Tuesday this week, Amazon Web Services launched WorldForge, a tool that robotics developers can use to test autonomous machines and AI models that power the robots, in simulated environments. The new tool is part of the larger RoboMaker, an AWS-developed service. RoboMakers was developed to b... Read more

date2 years ago
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