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5 Real-World Applications of Quadruped Robots
May 17, 2022
Unlike their wheeled, tracked, and aerial counterparts, legged robots excel at traversing rough terrain and other types of unstructured environments. Their ability to climb, step, and crawl makes them uniquely...
Seoul Robotics Joins NVIDIA Metropolis Partner Program to Fuel 3D Perception Services
April 6, 2022
Seoul Robotics is now an official partner of NVIDA’s Metropolis partner program, which was created to make advances to visual data and artificial intelligence.
RIOS to Discuss RaaS Benefits, Demonstrate AI Powered Robot Workcell at MODEX 2022
March 23, 2022
RIOS experts will discuss how enterprises can address labor shortages with robotics-as-a-service offerings at MODEX 2022. It will also demonstrate robotic workcells to put businesses at the center of their value...
Robot Prices Drop as AI Investments, Ethics Worries Increase, Finds Stanford HAI AI Index 2022 Report
March 16, 2022
The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence released the "AI Index Report 2022," which studied academic research, job postings, investments, and regulations around AI and robotics.
Robotics Leaders Ask Policymakers to Reconsider EU AI Act
December 8, 2021
Leaders of Europe's biggest robotics associations and technology innovators called on legislators to amend proposed regulations that would affect deployments of AI and robotics.
Top Three Trends With the Current Iteration of Robotics
October 4, 2021
CEO and Founder of RIOS, where he leads a team focused on solving the last mile automation in the factory with dexterous, AI-powered robots.
Ambi Robotics Raises $26M Series A Funding Led by Tiger Global
September 14, 2021
Ambi Robotics, which has applied simulation-to-reality AI technology for highly dexterous sorting robots, plans to use its latest funding to continue supply chain growth.
Automating the ‘Last Mile’ in Factories with Dexterous AI-Powered Robots
September 10, 2021
Despite pushing manufacturing and factories to be more automated, they are still currently very labor-driven, and unfortunately the labor shortage is real.
9 Robotics and AI Companies Make Futurology List of 101 Silicon Valley Innovators
September 2, 2021
Silicon Valley is home to hundreds of robotics and AI companies, but here are nine innovators worth watching in autonomous vehicles, dexterous manipulation, and more.
Automation, the Key to Solving Labor Shortages
August 25, 2021
An answer to the labor shortage resounds from multiple sources and industry experts, "automate, automate, automate."
Eight Emerging Themes In Robotics and Automation
August 1, 2021
Here are eight key topics that RIOS has predicted and are now seeing unfold within robotics and automation.
Covariant Raises $80M Series C for Robotic Manipulation AI
July 28, 2021
The Covariant Brain, which uses AI to guide picking robots for more flexible manipulation, has already been successfully deployed in verticals such as grocery and parcel.
Alphabet’s X Launches Intrinsic to Make Robot Programming Easier
July 23, 2021
A team at X, the innovation unit of Alphabet, has spent five and a half years developing tools to make it easier for robots to sense and be used in...
How Can Motion Planning Improve Industrial Robot Operations in Factories?
July 21, 2021
Both industrial and collaborative robots need energy-efficient and safe motion planning, and new AI approaches and algorithms promise to improve manufacturing automation.
MIT Motion-Planning Algorithm Enables Robot to Safely Dress a Person
July 16, 2021
To move safely and efficiently around people, robots need human-aware motion planning, as in a new algorithm developed at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.