Marc Kermisch from CNHI provides an update on how autonomy and digitization are developing to help automation.
The ARM Institute has funding from the Defense Department to continue its robotics and workforce development programs for another five years.
MIT CSAIL’s research examines the economic practicality of using AI for automating tasks, with a particular emphasis on computer vision.
The ARM Institute is funding a welding scholarship with the Industrial Arts Workshop in the Hazelwood neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
With new overtime regulations for truck drivers in Japan, the country could face labor shortages that robots can help address, said the IFR.
Ayanna Howard, the first female dean of Ohio State University’s College of Engineering, discusses her new book on Sex, Race, and Robotics.
In this week’s episode of The Robot Report Podcast, hear the academic co-chairs of Black in Robotics recount their experiences, and learn what they hope to accomplish with the new organization.
The Eastern Kentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute, or eKAMI, has been retraining coal miners to be robotics technicians. READY Robotics has offered its Forge/OS brand-neutral software to help.
The Pittsburgh-based ARM Institute, a public-private consortium, attributed its significant growth to an increase in interest in robotics during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
FANUC America has added five-axis workforce training tools to its simulation and CNC Guide offerings, the latter of which is free through September 2020.
An SVB report on “The Future of Robotics: An Inside View on Innovation in Robotics” discusses investment trends, maturing Industry 4.0 technologies and applications, and
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, autonomous trucks, and even drones can help manufacturers respond to the widening talent gap and improve workforce opportunities.
WPI’s projects are designed to immerse 120 graduate students in interdisciplinary research and training that will help tackle future workplace challenges.
Cirtronics showed off the robots it makes to high school students during Manufacturing Day to demonstrate that manufacturing careers can be rewarding.
In the Democratic race for U.S. president, Bill de Blasio has proposed robot taxes, while Andrew Yang offers universal basic income. Did uncertainty around automation and jobs contribute to Donald Trump’s election?
Some good news: The robots aren’t coming for your job. Experts at the Conference on the Future of Work at Stanford University last month said that fears that rapid advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation will leave all of us unemployed are vastly overstated. But concerns over growing inequality and the lack of opportunity…
While the predictions of massive job displacement because of automation have yet to be proven, the more immediate problem of filling positions at companies developing or building robots remains urgent. Robots.Jobs is a new resource for matching specialized talent with employers in robotics, artificial intelligence, and related technologies across the U.S. “These emerging and…