robotics

Robots will probably kill us all one day — but first, they’ll put us in cages. A truly forward-thinking entrepreneur would get in on this exciting opportunity to grab the first-mover advantage in the cutting edge field of robot slave/worker drone relationships … and a truly forward-thinking entrepreneur did. Jeff

Warehouse and logistics robots will be a $30 billion dollar industry by 2022, according to American analysts, who forecast the current $8.3 billion of worldwide revenue from the the technology will more than triple over the next three years. Locally, Gartner says the expected automation boom is the result of

The last-mile delivery is expensive and difficult. It’s also high stakes, a failed delivery attempt is enough to damage the customer’s perception of the entire shopping journey. In an attempt to ease these pain points, technology companies, retailers and logistics businesses have been piloting autonomous delivery robots to transport packages

CSIRO’s Data61 has opened a new Robotics Innovation Centre in Queensland, a purpose-built research facility for robotics and autonomous systems. The industry is tipped to be worth $23 billion by 2025 as more use cases are developed for unmanned ground vehicles, legged robots and unmanned aerial vehicles. Sign up for

Retailers are already really good at automating their back-office operations and have proven themselves more than keen and willing to invest in technology that will drive productivity and efficiency, especially when eliminating manually-intensive and error-prone human tasks. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter They have no problem spending money

The uptake of robotics technology is increasing at a startling rate. In the US, robot sales are predicted to increase by at least 15 per cent per year between 2017 and 2020. Contrasting that to the human race, with an annual population increase of approximately 1.1 per cent per cent,

Australian organisations aren’t looking at the big picture when it comes to the role AI and robotics will play in their business. For starters, 57 per cent currently don’t use AI or robotics, according the Deloitte 2018 Human Capital Trends report released today. But those that are investing in AI

Robot vacuum cleaner, AI

A study from Juniper Research has found that domestic aide robotics will drive consumer robotics hardware revenues from an estimated $6.4 billion in 2018 to nearly $23 billion by 2022 — an increase of over 250 per cent. The study, Consumer Robotics: Sector Analysis, Leading Innovators & Emerging Opportunities 2018-2022, found

The Commonwealth Bank and Stockland have partnered with a leading academic research network and the University of Technology Sydney to invest in research and development of social robotics. Which-50 and ADMA are introducing a one day classroom-based digital transformation education program for senior executives lead by visiting US subject matter expert Courtney

R Ray Wang is everywhere these days. You will find the founder and chief of Constellation Research on social media services Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube, and on publications like the Harvard Review blog network. In fact, there is a lot about R Ray Wang that recalls a younger George Colony,