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As Robots Take Over We Will Need More Innovators

As Robots Take Over We Will Need More Innovators - IAs Robots Take Over We Will Need More Innovators - Innovation Excellence

The Hadrian X robot is made by Fastbrick Robotics from Australia. It can lay 1000 house bricks in an hour (video below). The average bricklayer lays around 500 bricks a day. We will soon see robots doing much of the standard work in building assembly with a small number of skilled craftsmen supervising them, applying finishing touches or...

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The Future of Robots

Innovative IoT's Ups and Downs (Still) Hinge Largely On Security - Innovation Excellence

When the first industrial robot, Unimate, appeared on a General Motors assembly line in 1961, it was a modern marvel. The job it performed, transporting die-castings and welding them onto car bodies was not only onerous, but dangerous to human workers, who faced both the risk of injury and being exposed to toxic fumes. Over the last 50 years, robotic machinery has been ...

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