robotics

Robot invasion in finance, and what CFOs should do
The responsibilities of a CFO often make them understandably risk adverse, but according to a new report from the ACCA, for many finance leaders, ‘hiring’ robots may be the next step in delivering a more effective and efficient business.
Garuda Robotics out to derive insights from drone feeds
Garuda Robotics, which describes itself as a platform-agnostic drone company, is aiming to provide companies with commercial solutions, and intends to build a platform to analyse and derive insights from drone feeds.
NASA and IBM rally global developers around space exploration
NASA and IBM are collaborating on a global code-a-thon this weekend that they said will challenge participants to build solutions that bolster space exploration missions, as well as improve life on Earth.
F&B outlets experiment with drones and robots as waiters
Staff crunch can be alleviated with flying robot waiters, says Timbre Group Drones supplied by Singaporean startup, R&D boosted by government grant
EmTech Singapore lifts the curtain on future technologies
EmTech Singapore, the global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, kicked off on Jan 27, presenting the frontline on innovation in wearables, robotics, AI and other technologies. DNA Singapore editor Gabey Goh reports.
2045: Robots replacing people, robots serving people
Kaspersky Lab’s experts decided to mark the 30-something anniversary of the PC by looking further into the future and imagining how information technology might develop and change our lives in the new digital realities of 2045, 30 years from now.
Singapore to get robot waiters … and they fly!
Singapore’s Timbre Group Pte Ltd’s five outlets will be the first restaurants in the world to deploy Infinium-Serve flying robotic waiters.
5 reasons why the Maker Movement will drive IoT
People are fleeing their 9-to-5 traditional jobs to start up their own business and in true Internet of Things style, the frontier DIY spirit is pushing some great innovation in both the consumer and B2B space, writes James Mack of Kore Wireless.
Week in Review: University R&D not aligned to national interests
Publishing research seen as more important than spawning disruptive startups 11th Malaysia Plan needs to create stronger alignment, market focus R&D
Startup with rehab robot aims for next level with crowdfunding drive
Malaysian startup TechCare Innovation Sdn Bhd hopes to take its rehabilitation robotics system from research to the marketplace with a pledge drive on pitchIN, the domestic equivalent of Kickstarter. DNA executive editor A. Asohan has the story.
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