Category Archives: Robotics

Automation and Robots Take a Byte Out of US National Income

Bloomberg: Automation has “contributed substantially” to reducing the portion of national income that goes to U.S. workers over the past two decades, according to a new study by economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Despite the lowest … Continue reading

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Robots for Surgery and Tomato Harvesting

The Mazor X system consists of sophisticated 3D planning tools and an intra-op guidance system with a precision Surgical Arm indicated for implant and instrument positioning in spine surgery – the core of the Surgical Assurance Platform. GRoW- Greenhouse Robotic … Continue reading

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The Future of the Robotics Industry

Steve Crowe, Editor of The Robot Report, catches up with 10-year-old robotics prodigy Michael Wimmer at the Robotics Summit & Expo 2019.

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Elephant Robotics Launches Catbot, a Low-Cost Robotic Arm for Small Businesses

Robotics are undergoing the same development route that we’ve witnessed with computers, going from chunky big machines that only engineers could control, to elegant, and easy to operate laptops that even a teenager has in their school backpack. It opens … Continue reading

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Note-Writing Robots Pen Letters In Your Handwriting

Bond, a New York startup, has created robots that can learn your handwriting and convert digital notes into personalized letters.

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Industrial Robotics and the Smart Factory

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Funding Surge for Robotics Startups

Crunchbase: Thirty-nine US robotics companies raised $519 million in the first quarter of 2017, according to a Crunchbase News analysis. This compares to $553 million raised in all of 2014 by 134 companies, implying that deal sizes are getting larger. … Continue reading

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