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Amazon's first automated store opens tomorrow here in Seattle. Retail is about to experience a revolution.
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As far as I know, this is a first. A lifeguard drone just may have saved the lives of two teenage boys in Australia.

#AUTOMATION #drones

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Ng says he’s interested in manufacturing in particular because it touches so much of our everyday lives—essentially, he sees it as a way to bring a digital transformation to the physical world.
Andrew Ng Says Factories Are AI’s Next Frontier

The artificial-intelligence expert is on a mission to AI-ify manufacturing, starting with partners like Foxconn. Andrew Ng, an AI expert who, among other things, led AI efforts at Google and Baidu, is working on a new startup that will bring AI to manufacturing. Every day, in factories around the world, thousands of people spend hours squinting at tiny circuit boards and other electronic components, looking for imperfections. It’s painstaking work, and Andrew Ng, a leading artificial-intelligence expert who’s already spent years helping tech giants Google and Baidu spread AI across their companies, thinks computers can do it better. Ng, formerly the head of AI for Chinese Internet company Baidu and the creator of the deep-learning Google Brain project, is the CEO of a new startup called Landing.AI that will help companies figure out ways to incorporate AI. Specifically, Landing.AI, which is based in Palo Alto, California, and has existed for only about four months, is working with manufacturers—including Foxconn, the world’s largest contract manufacturer and maker of Apple’s iPhones—to figure out how AI can help with product yield and quality control.
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Americans' expectations about automation and the future of medicine, shopping, shipping and 3D printing.
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Light-weight, flexible, safer and less expensive: new robotic 'muscles' could open up lots of new applications, particularly in the "co-bot" market.
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Toyota's T-HR3 humanoid robot.
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Atlas sticks the backflip. Next step: Olympic Gold.
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Just in case you're wondering whether Chinese firms are investing in automation.
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Boston Dynamics' new SpotMini. Look at the way it looks at the camera, like a dog might.
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Frightening vision of next-generation drone strikes.
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