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Pegasystems unveils AI and robotics capabilities to optimise CRM solution
Pega’s workforce intelligence capabilities use robotic automation and AI to understand how sales and service agents work.
AI & robotics severely lacking in cyber protection, new research finds
"Cybersecurity is vital in ensuring these robots are safe & don’t present serious cyber or physical threats to the people & organizations they serve."
Robotics spending set to double, market to enjoy ‘tremendous’ growth
"This growth is really fuelled by a combination of technology improvements, expanded use cases, and acceptance in the market."
New international collaboration with University of Auckland to lead robotics development
"Digital engineering and the human-machine interface is likely to benefit from the recent international collaboration."
Robot-as-a-Service? What next year will mean for robotics
"Robotics will continue to accelerate innovation, thus disrupting and changing the paradigm of business operations in many industries."
iRobot buys SODC's distribution arm to fuel growth in Japan
"We are honored to have the SODC distribution team join the iRobot family as we take the next step on our journey."
Kiwi businesses keen to invest in robotics and automation
"The Index data is very promising and suggests firms are already thinking of the major cost, productivity and control benefits on offer."
Sex Robots: The argument of tech and intimacy
“Sex robots are simply another way in which technology is being developed to enhance pleasure."
Why queue up for an iPhone when a robot can do it for you?
The problem with lots of excited people is that normally means queues. Now, a robot can do the arduous task for you.
The inevitable rise of robots in facilities management
Driven by technological advances, facilities management today features greater automation.
Baxter the robot to inspire Northland students at science & tech fair
Baxter the humanoid robot will make an appearance at the Central Northland Science and Technology Fair, inspiring intermediate & high school students.
Tech Futures Lab here to re-engineer your career
Tech Futures Lab is a 10-week programme designed to give New Zealanders access to leading professional development.
The robots are coming! Shouldn’t Kiwis be more worried?
Massey University research tackled the robotic elephant in the room, in a study that explores the potential impacts new technologies have on society.
Air New Zealand's latest innovation is all about robots
“Exploring the introduction of robotic technologies supports the airline’s innovation strategy and could create significant new opportunities."
Need something? Get your Messenger bot to help you
There is one thing for certain – it is an exciting time to be a consumer, as bots that exist within your Messenger app are soon to become the norm.
Domain launches innovative Facebook Messenger chat bot
Recently, Domain (Australian real estate website) announced they would be utilising bots to help service their customers.
Kiwi school takes out Robotics championships
“This is quite an outstanding example of the tech sector and schools working together to stimulate interest in technology."
University of Canterbury hosts future tech event for Kiwi students
"E-Week provides an opportunity for curious young minds to get hands-on experience, visit local companies, program a robot and build a lab-on-a-chip."
Asia Pacific a hotspot for robotics, says IDC
Robotics will drive business transformation leading to new revenue streams.
NZ's first human-robot interaction conference breaks new ground
“As well as demonstrations of robots performing the haka, telepresence robots will be roaming the conference to enable people to attend remotely."
Robotics spending in APAC set to double
"Robotics as a technology has really reached its tipping point."
Governments need to recognise the disruptive power of robots, IDC finds
The potential for machines to heighten safety, precision and efficiency within government services is huge, according to a new IDC report.
Forget tracking steps, these wearables are changing lives
"The wrist has become prime real estate for technology you can wear, while the rest of the human body appears to have gone unnoticed."
Robots coming to households, according to new research
So-called ‘task oriented' robots assigned to take over household chores will dominate.