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Rebellious robots: the latest in robotic research
The latest in human-robot research is a handheld robot that is designed to try and frustrate its human counterpart in a bid to develop robotic cooperation.
Volvo reveals new Android-powered infotainment system
Volvo is the first company to team up with Google on integrating an infotainment system powered by Android, with the Google Assistant, Google Maps and the Google Play Store built-in.
Why Australian employees are unafraid of automation
Australian workers are comfortable with reskilling in order to work alongside the digital workforce.
Why businesses must embrace automation to ensure success
“For many younger workers, the traditional view of a steady job at one company, perhaps for life, simply doesn’t reflect reality."
What industry 4.0 means for manufacturing businesses
The industrial control and factory automation market is expected to grow from US$160 billion in 2018 to US$269 billion by 2024.
Exclusive: The bumpy road to business automation
"Depending on the scale of the AI systems you’re implementing, you may have to plan for a culture shift."
Automation Anywhere announces new digital workers
“The idea of a human-centric digital worker that augments the abilities of our employees has the potential to be truly transformative."
Automation Anywhere launches an online hub for RPA businesses
Apeople provides Automation Anywhere customers and partners with a unified business platform.
Flexera makes power play with BDNA acquisition
The company says the acquisition will make it the world's largest technology asset data platform.