A Robotics Startup’s Manufacturing Design Win Journey Paid Members Public
There are 370,000 manufacturing companies in the United States today. That is more manufacturing companies in the US alone than Apple employees globally.
Living in Microgravity: The Life of Astronauts (part 2) Paid Members Public
Gravity is such an incredible phenomenon. It is so strong to hold the entire universe and simultaneously so weak that even humans can overcome it daily.
Humanising Machines Paid Members Public
One of the reasons why Machine Intelligence has taken off in recent years is because we have extraordinarily rich datasets that are collections of experiences about the world that provide a source for machines to learn from.
The Virtual Founder: When The Boss is a Bot Paid Members Public
Recent advances in blockchain technology will soon allow for the deployment of self-enforcing smart contracts (such as joint savings accounts, FOREX markets, trust funds, insurance, and derivatives), as well as (DAOs) that subsist independently of any moral or legal entity.
Wearing The Exoskeleton: To Robotize Or Humanize? Paid Members Public
The superiority of the robotic exoskeleton over traditional treatments due to the high and consistent repetition of movements, balance, and stability was demonstrated to be a valuable functional recovery therapy during acute stroke inpatient rehabilitation.
A Robot for Friend: An Indispensable Ally Paid Members Public
“My story is a lot like yours, only more interesting’ cause it involves robots.”