Danish firm Universal Robots wants to emphasize the capacity for man and machine to work together collaboratively.The future, they say, is less about robots and more about 'cobots.'
Artificial intelligence is likely to destroy significantly fewer jobs than previously suggested, an OECD study says. But the report finds that teenagers may have a reason to be wary of the onslaught of robots.
German robotics firm Franka Emika has been awarded the prestigious German Future Prize 2017. Its Panda robot is affordable, safe, made in Germany and easy to use for everyone.
Will robots soon replace human decision-making in warfare? Even though no single definition for fully automated weapons systems exists, one thing is certain — they raise a host of legal, moral and arms-control questions.
So-called collaborating robots are a focus this year at Hanover Messe. One of the leading manufacturers exhibiting these industry solutions at the fair is Danish company Universal Robots.
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