Week in Review: Autonomous Roundup
As companies scramble to increase their reliance on robotics and automation, the workplace as we know it will undergo a series of significant changes.
The US Navy sends its unmanned vehicles powered by artificial intelligence into the Persian Gulf amid rising tensions with Iran.
Plant monitoring, data collection and security – cannabis farmers have a 21st-centry toolkit that goes beyond tractors, balers and mowers. Unmanned aerial vehicles can help with a slew of farm tasks, from crop dusting to crop monitoring.
The prospect of semi-autonomous driving is certainly exciting. As convenient as these systems can appear, the technology comes with many limitations and adds thousands of dollars to the cost of a vehicle. Subscriptions may soon be required to unlock a vehicle’s advanced driver-assist features.