COVID Pandemic Spurs Boom in Automation to Fill Service Sector JobsFaced with worker shortages and higher labor costs, companies are starting to automate service sector jobs that economists once considered safe.
Google Announces $450 Million Investment In ADT Home SecurityThe two companies plan to create smart home software and services using Google's Nest hardware and ADT's security expertise.
Version 2.0 Of 'Robot Barista' Set To Debut in San FranciscoA coffee bar in San Francisco is preparing for the debut of a new version of its robot barista serving up drinks with personality.
As Robots Edge Into Workplace, Universal Basic Income Idea Takes HoldMany people fear that robots and machines are destined to take jobs that human beings have held for decades.
San Francisco Supervisor Pushes State Tax On Robots To Slow AutomationSupervisor Jane Kim, who is pushing the robot tax, says it's important to think now about how people will earn a living as more U.S. jobs are lost to automation.
'Socially Aware' Robot Studies Behavior Of Stanford StudentsThere's a robot roaming around the Stanford campus, but instead of taking orders from students, this machine is busy studying them.
6 Steps To Mature Your IT ManagementKaseya Chief Product Officer Mike Puglia shares how to automate mundane activities, streamline processes, and leverage cloud services.
Saying Goodbye To Tasks From The Past: Using Technology For More Efficient OperationsMusselwhite Consulting Founders Charles & Linda Musselwhite explain how you can maximize time and money with innovative technologies.
Amazon Deploys Robots To Boost Holiday Distribution At Tracy FacilityToday marks "Cyber Monday" which traditionally is Amazon. com's biggest day of online shopping and this year the company has implemented robots to make distributions run more efficiently.
Robots Credited For Helping Keep Jobs From Going OverseasRobots abound in the movies but in real life, there are only one million in United States businesses and homes. But all of that is about to change, according to robotics experts in the Bay Area.