robots

  1. Hanno Labuschagne

    Tesla showcases improved Optimus robot

    Tesla showcases improved Optimus robot Tesla Inc. posted a video showing improvements it’s made to its humanoid robot prototype, capping off the clip with two of the machines dancing to electronic music beneath flashing lights. Dubbed the Optimus bot, the human-mimicking machine is part of...
  2. Hanno Labuschagne

    Amazon expanding robots to massive new warehouse in Australia

    Amazon expanding robots to massive new warehouse in Australia Amazon.com Inc.’s Australian branch is set to move into the country’s biggest warehouse, where a fleet of robots will help operate a facility the size of about 29 soccer pitches. The 209,000 square metre four-level fulfilment centre...
  3. RedViking

    Backup Android Device to PC via USB

    I have tried. I have failed. Many many times. What is the easiest way to backup all information or selected folders on a non-rooted Android Device to a PC via USB (MTP). This has always been an issue for me with Android. If possible I do not wan't to buy any software. Wifi is too damn slow to...
  4. Newsfeed

    Popular robots are dangerously easy to hack

    Popular robots are dangerously easy to hack Some of the most popular industrial and consumer robots are dangerously easy to hack and could be turned into bugging devices or weapons, IOActive Inc. said.
  5. bchip

    Scalper Robot

    For those interested in algorithmic trading / robots or EAs I found an interesting one... Made for the forex market, takes 7 pips profit and 500 pip stop loss 97% win ratio. Whats the long term result? It made $5000 (starting with $10,000) in 2 months, and in 1 trade after that went...
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Why you can replace politicians with robots

    Why you can replace politicians with robots If you could vote for a politician you trusted, who had no hidden agendas and who would represent the electorate’s views, you would, right?
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    67% of jobs in South Africa can be done by robots

    67% of jobs in South Africa can be done by robots A study by the University of Oxford shows that two-thirds of jobs in South Africa are at risk of being replaced by robots.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Do not think your job is safe

    Do not think your job is safe New research by McKinsey shows that many activities by people in highly-paid occupations can be automated.
  9. mercurial

    Amazon 'regime' making British staff physically and mentally ill, says union

    GMB says staff at distribution centres across UK under pressure to be ‘above-average Amazon robots’, in wake of US revelations Source How bad are things at your company?
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    Factory gets rid of most humans, and production soars

    Factory gets rid of most humans, and production soars A factory in China where virtually all work is done by robots provides a glimpse into the future of manufacturing.
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Why you should welcome killer robots into the world

    Why you should welcome killer robots into the world The open letter signed by more than 12,000 prominent people calling for a ban on artificially intelligent killer robots is misguided and perhaps even reckless.
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    SA school kids take on robot programming challenge

    SA school kids take on robot programming challenge The challenge? To equip and programme a small robot to run through a course as part of the ‘Pearl Diving Robotics Challenge’.
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Autonomous robots plan underwater missions

    Autonomous robots plan underwater missions For the last decade, scientists have deployed increasingly capable underwater robots to map and monitor pockets of the ocean to track the health of fisheries, and survey marine habitats and species.
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    Could a robot do your job? Short answer: yes

    Could a robot do your job? Short answer: yes Here’s a game to play over dinner. One person names a profession that they believe can’t be taken over by a machine, and another person has to make a case why it’s not so future-proof.
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    Stay away from these professions – robots will take all the good jobs

    Stay away from these professions – robots will take all the jobs If you are trying to decide what to study, or looking for a career change, you may want to stay away from these professions.
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    Robots will take your job

    Robots will take your job Cheaper, better robots will replace human workers in the world’s factories at a faster pace over the next decade
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    Nestle to employ coffee-selling robots

    Nestle to employ coffee-selling robots Nestle SA will enlist a thousand humanoid robots to help sell its coffee makers at electronics stores across Japan
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    SA professor warns against drone, robot attacks

    SA professor warns against drone, robot attacks University of Johannesburg law Professor Hennie Strydom on Wednesday advised against the use of programmed drones and robots during conflicts
  19. Kevin Lancaster

    Robot chefs and waiters at Chinese restaurant

    Robots cook and deliver food at restaurant Mechanical staff greet customers, deliver dishes to tables, and even stir-fry meat and vegetables
  20. jes

    Rise of the robots

    Rise of the robots Manufacturers and other producers are increasingly automating in an effort to contain costs
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