révolution numérique


China is kicking US’ ass in the robot waiter wars

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America is getting crushed by China. Not in trade or weapons or any of those things that don’t matter. We’re losing the war of the Roseys. We need to close our gap with China when it comes to robotic servers.

America is getting crushed by China. Not in trade or weapons or any of those things that don’t matter. We’re losing the war of the Roseys. We need to close our gap with China when it comes to robotic servers.

Humanoid robots are the future. They have been for over a century . But we’re finally getting to a point where novelty is turning into practicality.

Humanoid robots are the future. They have been for over a century . But we’re finally getting to a point where novelty is turning into practicality.

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America is getting crushed by China. Not in trade or weapons or any of those things that don’t matter. We’re losing the war of the Roseys. We need to close our gap with China when it comes to robotic servers.


Viva la robolution ?

La robotisation n’est pas suffisante pour améliorer la performance opérationnelle d’un site industriel. Dialogue de performance, revalorisation du rôle de manager de proximité, coaching de dirigeant : il faut simultanément agir sur le levier managérial pour permettre à un site de faire décoller sa compétitivité industrielle. L’avis de David Machenaud, directeur associé d’OPEO, cabinet spécialisé dans l’accompagnement vers l’excellence opérationnelle.

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The Robotics Industry Wants You To Think It Creates More Jobs Than It Kills

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There have been a lot of reports and studies out recently showing how advances in robotics and artificial intelligence could kill jobs in the U.S. economy. Forrester Research says automation will cause a net loss of 9.1 million jobs by 2025. McKinsey says 45% of paid activities could be lost to “currently demonstrated technologies.” And an Oxford University study showed that 47% of jobs are at “high risk” of computerization over the next two decades.

This is what the automation industry thinks of these claims and the media coverage of them: Robots don’t kill jobs, they create them, it says. Robots allow companies to maintain employment. Without them, more jobs would be sent overseas, and more people would be sat at home doing nothing.

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A Davos, les patrons se préparent à l’ère de la robotique

Le robot humanoïde sud-coréen HUBO, vainqueur en 2015 du DARPA Robotics Challenge, à Davos. Un implant de téléphone mobile, des organes imprimés en 3D, des vêtements intelligents ou des lunettes de vue connectées à internet. Cela peut sembler de la science-fiction aujourd’hui, mais ce sera une réalité d’ici 2025, à en croire les dirigeants d’entreprises réunis en Suisse pour le Forum économique mondial.

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