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Robotics and artificial intelligence: The role of AI in robots

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Robotics and artificial intelligence are often conflated, but the two are distinct with some crossover.

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Sacramento school buses fitted with AI cameras to monitor illegally passing motorists

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The company behind cameras collects data and passes it to law enforcement

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Autonomous smart tractor firm Monarch secures $61M in funding

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Capital to go towards international expansion and manufacturing units

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AIconics Innovator of the Year 2021 shortlist: Solutions provider

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The shortlist for the world-renowned AIconics award has been announced

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WeRide to deploy robotaxis in China via Ontime ride-hailing app from 2022

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Meanwhile its rivals Baidu and AutoX look to Shenzhen and beyond

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AIconics Innovator of the Year 2021 shortlist: Solutions implementor

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The shortlist for the world-renowned AIconics award has been announced today

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Honda is testing autonomous vehicles for construction sites

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No commercialization plans yet – the company is focused on ‘further improving performance and design’

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Hyundai launches Supernal, a new company for its autonomous air vehicles

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Hoping to have a commercial service by 2028

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IFR: The COVID-19 pandemic (obviously) drove increased demand for robots

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Around 17m consumer-grade robotic vacuums were sold in 2020

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Kneron unveils the KL530: Its most energy-efficient chip to date

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The silicon performs up to 10 times faster than KL520 in models like Mobilenet and Resnet

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Keolis, Ericsson, and Intel test 5G-equipped autonomous buses in Stockholm

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The vehicles can be controlled remotely in case of emergency

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Australian army tests autonomous truck convey ahead of plans for public road trials

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The driverless lorries could see deployments in disaster relief, as well as combat operations

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