A key area of debate is conspicuous by its absence at a recent policy conference on drones. Drone deliveries may make life in our cities unbearable.
It’s the launch of a summer season of robotics events, as the UK – hopefully – begins its economic recovery. Is the sun rising on the robots?
In 2016, US retailer Target set off on an omni-channel transformation journey that 'loved the store'; in 2020, that foresight paid off during the COVID crisis. Where to now in the Vaccine Economy?
Ocado Technology is training its robots to be more sensitive as pressures from the rise in online shopping grow, explains Isabel Richards, Head of UK Development Centers.
Human-robot interaction is upon us - we're in dire need of a framework that makes sense. Asimov's three laws of robotics are one model, but is it applicable to today's robots? An alternative based on robot "empowerment" is worth a close look.
The urgency of workflow automation in pandemic times - is low-code a difference-maker? Cherwell's CEO shares field stories
I've been pushing back against low-code evangelists for years - so why not talk to a low-code advocate? But as my discussion with Cherwell CEO Sam Gilliland shows, low-code has matured at the right time. Here's how Cherwell's customers are using workflow automation - and my review.
A critical look at what might happen to our cities if we get deliveries by drone.
Some diverse, exciting technology innovations around drone technology, all of which demand a big dose of common sense from the sector and its regulators.
What price health? Personal risk worries mean there's no going back from the online grocery shift, says Ocado CEO
Shoppers will have to balance the risk of going into a grocery store with the additional cost of online delivery - and that's good for Ocado's prospects, says CEO Tim Steiner.
Kroger is sharing its learnings from COVID-19 with other retailers in the form of a blueprint for businesses. Meanwhile earlier digital investment pays off for the grocery giant.