Robotics

Machines, Biology and the New Coding Era

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Veteran Boston-based radio host Christopher Lydon takes on the intersection of biotech and cognitive in a three-part series of shows on Radio Open Source. The first episode Apocalypse Now?: The Rise of the Machines, aired on August 4 and is available online at:

http://radioopensource.org/apocalypse-now-part-1-rise-machines/

The second episode, Apocalypse Now?: A Remade Man, dives into the biotech revolution and how new coding techniques are leading to a variety of breakthroughs in medicine and elsewhere. This show is available here:

http://radioopensource.org/apocalypse-now-remade-man/

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Financial Times Doubles Down on Robots’ Impacts

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Robotics, like cognitive computing, is a field in full upheaval. Today’s market has left welding, assembling, and spray painting far behind and is now knocking on the door of blue collar and white collar skills alike. Implications are seismic for applications ranging from military weaponry to journalism to customer service to emerging investment niches. The Financial Times collects a large selection of perspectives on robots’ impacts across the business spectrum.

Read more at The Financial Times

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