Tag: robotics

Can Robots Replace Humans? Just Ask Elon Musk

For all their promise, two decades of overblown hype and expensive false starts have clearly demonstrated that robots will not replace humans any time soon. Just ask Elon Musk.

EnableSoft CEO On The Power Of Robotic Process Automation

Richard Milam, CEO of EnableSoft, was ahead of the curve on robotic process automation. He talks about the tech’s power to improve efficiencies and whether or not, it actually replaces a person’s job.

Medical Robotics Is Myomo CEO Paul Gudonis’ Next Chapter

Myomo CEO Paul Gudonis has been at the forefront of cell phone and internet technology. His next chapter is medical robotics for people with neurological disorders.

Manufacturers Firing Robots, Re-hiring Humans

While manufacturers continue to use robots to automate processes and boost efficiencies, some still see the human worker as a superior resource for its flexibility and ability to adapt.

More Manufacturers Looking To Cobots To Inexpensively Automate Tasks

Collaborative robots, more commonly known as “cobots” are gaining more widespread adoption because they’re flexible, easy-to-deploy, and can usually work near humans.

Why People + Machines Is The Winning Formula For The Digital...

If you want to lead in the era of digitized business, what you should be thinking about is humans-machine collaboration. People + machines.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Falls To 12-Month Low In October

Chief Executive’s latest reading of CEO sentiment shows growing number of CEOs disillusioned with short-term economic recovery, as list of issues disrupting business continues to grow.