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10873817894?profile=RESIZE_400xRobots are taking over the world.  According to Oxford Economics, there will be 14 million robots in China by 2030 and 20 million worldwide.  In the USA, robots will modify or replace 1.5 million job positions.  Labor shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged both manufacturers and warehouse companies to partner with robotic companies to optimize human and robot collaboration.   We have already seen robots build robots, what is next?

Now enter the engineers from Google, they have unveile

9982049484?profile=RESIZE_400xHumanoid robot called “Jia Jia” was created by a team of engineers from the University of Science and Technology of China and was presented at a conference in Shanghai at the beginning of 2017.  Jia Jia can hold a simple conversation and make specific facial expressions when asked, and her creator believes the eerily lifelike robot heralds a future of cyborg labor in China. This was five years ago and was billed as China’s first human-like robot.  2022 - The Brave New World is in full force.


9814450691?profile=RESIZE_400xUS college campus delivery robots are making an impact.  Delivery robot vendors are making a play for campuses across the country to establish a new market in a defined and structured environment, free of much of the regulatory complications of municipalities and ordinances.  But what about cyber threats and hacking of these new helpers?  The robots are no different from anyother cyber challenges.

Starship Technologies is delivering 30 autonomous robots for food service to South Dakota State Un