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Sophia the Robot Rides in a Self-Driving Car

Sophia, the incredibly life-like humanoid robot from Hanson Robotics, took a ride in an Audi A7 self-driving car. Watch the ride and hear Sophia's opinion on autonomous driving.
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ElliQ Robot Wants to Ease Aging in Place

As populations age worldwide, older people are often isolated because of health and mobility problems and difficulty with using new technologies. A robot named ElliQ from Intuition Robotics aims to change that.
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RoboBusiness Europe, TUS Expo Organize First-Ever International Robotics Week

International Robotics Week unites the RoboBusiness Europe, TUS Expo, and ROS Industrial Summit trade fairs and conferences, making it one of the largest robotics event in the world.
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Amazon Echo Coming to Every Room of Wynn Las Vegas Hotel

Amazon Echo to be placed in every room of the posh Sin City hotel next summer, in perhaps most revolutionary crossover of residential and commercial technology since iPad proliferation.


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New $27M Initiative Focuses on AI Ethics & Governance

The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Fund’s mission is to catalyze global research that advances AI for the public interest, with an emphasis on applied research and education.
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