Connected Technologies Improve Healthcare Delivery, Safety, and Efficiency Smart technologies are transforming healthcare delivery to elevate patient care, improve patient outcomes, increase diagnosis accuracy, and more.
Industrial Voice-Controlled Robots Use AI to Facilitate Programming Voice-controlled industrial robots incorporate AI and speech recognition to instruct robots and cut programming time by as much as 90 percent.    
Robots Help Children with Autism Develop Social Skills Social assistive robots can help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) develop social skills while fostering appropriate behavior and communication.  
Automated Sewing Machines Bring Change to Fast Fashion Precision sewing machines use computer vision to drastically reduce the cost of producing garments. The robotic system brings supply chains close to the customer, enabling companies to offer on-demand manufacturing, fast fulfillment, and customized clothing, while reducing overstock and waste.  
Expression-detecting Robots Assist Humans with Everyday Tasks Researchers at Franklin & Marshall College have developed a tabletop robot that can understand some forms of human expression. Using artificial intelligence and computer vision, the robot can detect through eye movement, motion, and speech patterns when a human needs guidance or assistance with a task.   
Computer Vision Solution Delivers Clarity with AI An intelligent computer vision solution corrects the distortion common in fisheye lenses and embeds metadata directly in the images to enable advanced AI-based applications. The technology improves images from cameras used in security, phones, laptops, and video conferencing solutions. Another application in the works is Joyce, a humanoid robot that integrates advanced optics with cognitive capabilities to allow for more human-like interactions.  
New Podcast: The Brave New World of Hospitality Robots A staffing shortage in hospitality has opened the door for more automation and intelligence to fill in for desperately needed service staff. Rolling into that void is a new generation of service robots from Savioke who can deliver food, towels, and coffee to hotel guests. Listen to our podcast with Savioke’s founder who describes the value robots can have, including two guest-pleasing features: robots don’t sneeze on anyone, and they don’t need tips.     
Hotels Roll Out Smart Service Robots to Help with Staffing Shortage Relay+®, an intelligent robot designed by Savioke for the hospitality industry, can deliver room service and essential items such as food, snacks, and towels to guests. By adding rapid install capabilities, Savioke aims to lower the cost of robot deployment for hotels and foodservice operations and supplement staff in the current labor shortage.   
AI Roots Out Waste and Inefficiency in Manufacturing Manufacturers are using artificial intelligence to cut losses and waste. Computer vision can identify and address issues in production that directly impact the success of a business, both financially and sustainably.  
Largest Community of 3D-Printed Homes Rising in Austin in 2022 New energy-efficient homes can be built faster than conventional homes, while creating less waste and giving builders more design options.

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