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ASIAN FACTOID: HERE’S A FIRST: Robot interventions in China helped to save thousands of lives. Humankind may have just met up with its new best friend!
The Gripper Chronicles
Gripper Tech Evolves…again!
The business end of industrial robot arms is in yet another growth spurt.
Industrial Robots & Cobots to 2025
Can domestic manufacturers compete with foreign robots and impact India’s new automation market?
A True Helper & Buddy
What I Want from a Home Robot
It’s not lawn mowing, vacuuming, doing laundry, or cooking meals
Asian Robotics in the OR
Asian Surgical Robotics Market Doubles by 2025
Aging populations, increased acute and chronic disease to drive market
from $4 billion to $8 billion
Dr. Valerie Morignat & Garry Mathiason
HR’s Burden: Responsible Use of AI
Webinar: Meeting the Legal and Ethical Challenges of AI-Powered HR Systems
“MAKE IN INDIA”
MCI Robotics Takes Aim at SME Mega-Market
“The world’s best automation technology at an affordable package”
How annoying can a robot become?
Curse of the Digital Workplace: RoboBully
Study Finds Robots Easily Bully Office Workers
The Godfather of Thai Robotics
Thai Robotics & The Godfather’s Backstory
Thai robotics comes of age: The man who made it happen
Global Welding Market to $48B by 2026
Can Welding Robots Fill Fastening Void?
40% of manufacturers declined new contracts because not enough skilled welders were available.
New-Age Tech Partnering
Steel-Collar Farmhands: Robots in Fields & Orchards
Accelerating innovation and speed to market via partnerships powered by investments from industry titans John Deere, Kubota, and Yamaha. Is it the new normal for field robotics?
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ONE TEAM, ONE PLACE, ONE YEAR: 1949
Digital Computing, Networking, Information Technology
“Each creature on Earth is a creature of information; information sits at the center of our cells, and information rattles around in our brains. Every particle in the universe, every electron, every atom is packed with information. Everything in the universe must obey the laws of information, because everything in the universe is shaped by the information it contains.”
—Decoding the Universe, Charles Seife
Theorized about for years, it was one team, one place, one year who finally opened the magical door to it all.
Ten years later, two university professors in a Harvard Business Review article gave it a name: Information Technology. The name stuck.
The names of the people who made it all happen, didn’t.
This is their story: The Untold Story of Everything Digital
THE BEGINNING THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING On sale now online and in bookstores everywhere: The Untold Story of Everything Digital