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March 20, 2017
Gill Pratt, CEO at the Toyota Research Institute, explains why it's better for robots to have their heads in the clouds.
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The addition of AI in manufacturing leads to increased workflow -- from design to production. Production plants are turning to technology to supplement the manufacturing skills gap. Continue Reading
Process automation efforts, such as chatbots and predictive modeling, are more likely to succeed if you have a clear understanding of operational levels and team roles. Continue Reading
Because today's robots can assist, not replace, human workers, IEEE member Todd Richmond discusses human-robot teaming and offers use cases demonstrating its benefits. Continue Reading
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The use of agricultural AI optimizes the farming industry by decreasing workloads, analyzing harvesting data and improving accuracy through seasonal forecasting. Continue Reading
A new AI winter, or downturn, is unlikely, even if the current slew of inflated expectations surrounding AI predicts inevitable disappointment, analytics expert Tom Davenport says. Continue Reading
New AI projects in enterprises should focus on achievable goals rather than try to reinvent business processes or products and services, Tom Davenport says. Continue Reading
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Several vulnerabilities were found in controllers made by Universal Robots. Discover what these controllers are used for and how threat actors can exploit these vulnerabilities. Continue Reading
AI automation will eliminate a broad swath of today's jobs over time, but some jobs are likely to disappear sooner than others due to the uneven pace of technology development. Continue Reading
Planning, patience, trial and error and a business-minded team approach are the keystones to developing chatbots with human-like qualities that seamlessly assist customers. Continue Reading