Berkshire Grey, Inc., a leader in AI-enabled robotic solutions that automate supply chain processes, and Locus Robotics, the leader in Autonomous Mobile Robotics (AMR) for logistics and distribution warehouses, today announced their formal partnership with the unveiling of their combined solution that integrates the Berkshire Grey Robotic Shuttle Put Wall (BG RSPWi) with Locus Origin and Locus Vector bots.
At the upcoming Photonics West exhibition January 31st to February 2nd in San Francisco, leading nanometer-precision motion control innovator ALIO Industries will be showcasing its capabilities for exacting photonic and optical fiber alignment applications on booth 4842.
Tianjin Port Group and Huawei announced this week that the two companies will deepen cooperation to build a digital twin of the port, making it more automated and intelligent.
Axelera AI B.V. has chosen SECO as the sole European developer of edge AI solutions based on its recently announced Metis™ AI Platform, a high-performance, cost effective and user-friendly platform combining hardware and software to accelerate computer vision at the edge.
SnapLogic, a leader in intelligent integration and enterprise automation, today announced that Stemly, a leading decision intelligence provider, has adopted SnapLogic to strengthen its machine learning (ML) capabilities.
MowingMagic has announced that they have entered into an agreement with Mammotion to sell their robot lawn mowers in the United States.
Cobalt Robotics, the only machine learning company to automate repetitive manual security and facility tasks with autonomous robots around the world, today announced it has expanded its customer implementation with Ally Financial, a financial services company with the nation’s largest all-digital bank and an industry-leading auto financing business.
It was a defining moment for the LeoTronics Robotics team as we presented our highly anticipated investment project at the Silicon Valley Funding Summit, just one day before the CES 2023 conference.
A new study performed at the University of South Florida analyzes how emotion-expressing AI chatbots have the potential to impact customer service. This comes as online retailers make greater use of artificial intelligence chatbots to simplify customer service tasks and substitute their human counterparts.
AI has the potential to help determine biases in news reporting that one would not be able to see otherwise. At McGill University, scientists got a computer program to produce news coverage of COVID-19 by making use of the headlines from CBC articles as alerts.