We are witnessing a continuing shift towards using robots for an ever greater diversity of assembly and manufacturing tasks, as well as for consumer and social interaction.
My recent post on EETimes takes a thought provoking look at the human, social and economic implications of the rapidly increasing capabilities of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) begin to evolve from the realms of science fiction to reality.
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