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Looking at the Future of Imaging Systems Clive  Maxfield
As futuristic as machine-vision systems are, they suffer from the same problems as the human eye. Let’s explore challenges associated with conventional imaging systems and a solution for future imaging applications such as people tracking, volumetric measurement, robotics, and more.

3D-Machine Vision Is Transforming Robotics Adam Kimmel
3D-machine learning uses enhanced data to improve manufacturing throughput, quality, and efficiency. Ideal for high-volume production steps, it adds depth to the former 2D approach to create a part’s complete picture. The process reduces response times, bringing us closer to just-in-time production.

Where Nanotechnology and Machine Learning Meet Liam Critchley
The fields of nanotechnology and machine learning are impressive in their own rights and will continue to grow into staple technologies of the future. Although both are still relatively new fields, they can be combined in certain scenarios to produce practical solutions to various problems.

New Tech Tuesdays: 3 Products That Keep Modern Industrial Automation Humming Tommy Cummings
Keeping modern industrial automation humming requires a multitude of products for businesses and developers. We review an actuator, switch gear, and sensors—diverse products that help developers maintain this hum.

Robots Search for Climate Change Clues Jeff Shepard
The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling project (SOCCOM) is deploying a robotic observing system composed of about 200 autonomous floats that will provide nearly continuous coverage in time and horizontal space over the entire Southern Ocean.

AI Research at Technical University Munich Rafik  Mitry
Alois Knoll, Technical University of Munich’s Chair of Robotics and Embedded Systems, shares his thoughts on current AI research.

Pandemic Doesn’t Stop Mouser Bot From ‘BattleBots’ Competition Tommy Cummings
Lead engineer Jonathan Schultz and his Team Huge partners used the downtime during BattleBots’ COVID-19-related postponement to make Mouser Electronics’ entry an even more effective fighting force for this season’s competition.

Intelligent Guardians of the Community Wang Dongang
Smart security systems in smart communities leverage facial recognition, behavior recognition, and identity recognition algorithms. In the blog, we’ll discuss the current smart recognition technology, the technical difficulties, and prospects of smart algorithms.

How AI Is Shaping the Future of Healthcare Babu Vaitheeswaran
As the world evolves, the healthcare industry must keep up. AI is shaping the future of healthcare through applications for televisits, cancer cell detection, and robotic assistance in surgeries. We can expect to see more AI implemented in healthcare sooner than you think.

Global Access to AI as a Force for Good Jon Gabay
Artificial intelligence conjures up science fiction and terrifying robots. In reality, AI is working for the good, outperforming humans on many levels, and marketed to companies in search of patterns in large data sets. What if it could find these patterns and prevent illnesses?

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