In a world where human speaks to machine and vice versa, we are forced to relearn our cultural familiarities, says Pommie Lutchman, CEO at Ocular.
As mundane tasks are taken over by robots, employees can be relieved to undertake 'uniquely human' tasks, says EOH.
These intelligent machines are able to take over daily household chores and manage complex tasks in a variety of industries.
Could a robot save you from losing your business? Or even your mind?
Teaching robotics to South Africa's learners.
While it's unclear if we are heading to a robot uprising or an artificial intelligence uplifting, we need to start thinking purpose-driven AI.
Responsive robots, concept cars, flying taxies and blockchain use cases wowed visitors to the World Trade Centre in Dubai this week.
General Electric, in partnership with Digicate, will offer robotics education to 600 school children across South Africa.
Softer, lighter and less reliant on external power, future robots could interact more safely and predictably with humans and go where humans can't.
Desperate to overcome Japan's growing shortage of labour, mid-sized companies plan to automate a wide range of tasks.
Automakers look beyond self-driving cars and turn their attention to robots to help keep Japan's rapidly greying society on the move.
Lawmakers reject a proposal to impose a robot tax to fund support for or retraining of workers put out of a job by robots.