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The field of robotics has undergone significant advances in recent years, with new technologies and innovations making it possible to create robots that are more advanced, versatile, and capable than ever before. From industrial robots that can perform complex tasks with incredible precision to social robots that can interact with humans in natural and intuitive ways, robotics is transforming the way we live and work. In this blog, we will explore some of the latest advances in robotics and the impact they are having on society.
Distracted driving kills 3,400+ people in the United States annually. Over a million accidents occur every year, and autonomous vehicles will, hopefully, stop many of these accidents, saving tens of thousands of people per year. But what happens when an autonomous vehicle is involved in an accident?
When it comes to technology, many can often be traced back to their origins as a military necessity. Indeed, the need to innovate often grows from times of conflict or extreme need; hence, the saying: “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Research and technological developments have become incredibly important in turning the tide of military combat. During peacetime, such tools of war transition from military to civilian use, creating countless technological improvements we take for granted in our everyday lives. And while there are diverse examples of military innovation to select from, we’ve chosen five outstanding examples of advanced military technology that has transformed the automobile industry from past to…
There’s been a lot of talk about self-driving cars over the last few years, but the US Senate has finally announced that it will pass legislation clearing regulations and restrictions for manufacturers, in essence providing a clear path to putting driverless cars on the road.
A new report shows that the fastest growing crime in the world is cyber-crime. Commenting on the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report 2017, Hiscox CEO Steve Langan said that in 2016 “cybercrime cost the global economy over $450 billion, over 2 billion personal records were stolen and in the U.S. alone over 100 million Americans had their medical records stolen,” reports CNBC.
Everywhere we look nowadays, we see technology moving forward at an ever-increasing pace. It seems like new phones come out every other week, and technology that even science fiction authors wouldn't have dreamed of sixty years ago is now commonplace. Who would have thought that cars will someday drive themselves? Or that we would have drones flying around and monitoring everything we do?
Driverless cars are appearing in headlines more and more frequently. The technology is certainly attractive, because it promises to deliver a much safer driving experience. Automatic systems can scan the environment and react to obstacles much faster than a human driver. Self driving cars would also be far more convenient, because the driver is no longer required to manage the vehicle.
The future is here. Last week, Google debuted its self-driving car in front of a host of journalists. Citing the fact that 33 thousand folks are killed on U.S. roads each year, Google expressed its optimism for a future where the autonomous vehicle keeps us all safer on the road. Skeptical about self-driving cars? Don’t be. First, consider the fact that Google’s self-driving cars have collectively logged over 700 thousand miles without being responsible for causing an accident. To be honest, they have been in a couple of accidents, but each one was determined to have been caused by human error, not machine error. It remains to be seen exactly when…
The automotive industry is an ever-changing one, with more powerful and breathtaking cars appearing every day, and while for a great deal of time the ultimate goal for the industry was to push the limits of mechanics and physics to the absolute limit, there is another segment that seems to have moved into the spotlight nowadays: technology.
Vehicle-to-vehicle communication (V2V) refers to automobiles’ ability to wirelessly share data with one another. The primary goal is to allow vehicles to communicate speed and position to help prevent collisions. Depending how this technology is used, the driver might simply be told they must brake now or risk an accident, or it may take more direct action to stop the event. More and more devices are becoming connected through the cloud, an Internet-based system of software and services that can be accessed through a variety of methods. The future of the automotive industry is no exception, as slowly but surely cars will become connected. Connected cars made after 2010 usually…
If you're sitting at your office desk or driving a cab, just take some time to think whether a robot could do your job better than you? Unfortunately, the answer for you would probably be yes. The topic about whether or not machines or robots will do away with the requirement of human employment is not just an academic debate now.