AI Today Podcast: What’s Happening with Robotics?

Intelligent, Autonomous robots have long been the dream of science fiction with shows and movies alike showing robots interacting and working with humans. However, despite this dream the current reality of robots is quite different. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer share the current state of robotics, dig into why many robotics …

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AI Today Bonus Episode: Interview with Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab

In this bonus episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab to get his insights into the robotics industry, why some companies fail and others succeed, and where he sees the future of robotics heading. Show Notes: AI Today Podcast with …

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AI Today Podcast #109: Live at Amazon Re:MARS – Interview with Tom Soderstrom, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

In this episode of the AI Today we interview Tom Soderstrom, IT Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He discusses how AI is being implemented at JPL, and then more specifically about what NASA is doing and how AI is being applied in space, both on other planets and here at …

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AI Today Podcast #102: Live at Amazon Re:MARS – Robots in Service of the Environment (RSE)

Robots continue to be used in a variety of ways for useful and creative purposes. In this podcast, hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer interview Adam Cantor and Erika Angle from Robots in Service of the Environment (RSE). They share how underwater robots are helping control the invasive lion fish population, some of the technical …

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AI Today Podcast #67: AI in the museum: Interview with Kristi Delich, Deputy Director, Office of Visitor Services, Smithsonian Institution

Robots are gaining adoption across a wide range of industries. Recently, the Smithsonian Institution has started to use Softbank Robotics’ Pepper robot to add value to the the visitor museum experience. In this podcast, Cognilytica analysts Ronald Schmelzer and Kathleen Walch interview Kristi Delich, Deputy Director, Office of Visitor Services, Smithsonian Institution on how Pepper …

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AI Today Podcast #48: Pseudo AI – Faking it Till You Make it in AI

With the rise in popularity of AI has come the inevitable wave of those looking to take advantage of its popularity.  Startups are beginning to realize that simply saying they have “AI” capabilities leads to increased valuations, greater attention, and more possibilities.  But people are starting to get wise and it’s already starting to catch …

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You’ve Heard of Robots; What are Cobots?

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here Czech writer Karel Čapek first coined the term ‘Robot’ in his 1920 play R.U.R. about a dystopian future in which artificial, manufactured “roboti” act human-like and perform tasks in servitude to their human masters, only to later …

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The Implications of the First Fatal Autonomous Vehicle Accident

This post was featured in our Cognilytica Newsletter, with additional details. Didn’t get the newsletter? Sign up here: On Sunday, March 18, 2018, an autonomous Uber vehicle operating in autonomous mode, with a human safety operator behind the wheel, struck and killed a pedestrian crossing the road — the first fatal autonomous vehicle accident on …

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AI Today Podcast #29: The First Autonomous Vehicle Fatality — Now What?

On Sunday, March 18, 2018, an autonomous Uber vehicle operating in autonomous mode struck and killed a pedestrian crossing the road — the first fatal autonomous vehicle accident on a public road to occur. We’ve now crossed the realm from the theoretical of what could happen in this scenario to the reality of the situation …

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