SNS Subscriber Edition • Volume 23, Issue 18 • Week of May 21, 2018

 THE STRATEGIC NEWS SERVICE ©
GLOBAL REPORT ON
TECHNOLOGY AND
THE ECONOMY

The Robot
Future


An Interview With
Steve Carlin
Chief Strategy Officer,
Softbank Robotics


 


 
 
 
 
 

SNS: The Robot Future

An Interview with Steve Carlin

Chief Strategy Officer, SoftBank Robotics

Hosted by Evan Anderson and Donna Shillinger

 

In This Issue
Week of 05/21/2018 Vol. 23 Issue 18

 

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Event of the Week:

http://www.patterncomputer.com/img/logo-header.png

After more than two years in stealth mode, this was the week we launched Pattern Computer Inc., the first computer system purpose-built to produce pattern discoveries.

To learn more about the company and its abilities - including new discoveries in understanding and treating cancer and in microbiome research - go to:

www.patterncomputer.com

To see the video of yesterday's launch in San Francisco, including demonstrations and guest speakers, go to:

https://livestream.com/accounts/26687643/Coventry

- mra.

 

The Robot Future

An Interview with Steve Carlin,
Chief Strategy Officer, SoftBank Robotics

With hosts Evan Anderson, CEO, INVNT/IP, and
Donna Shillinger, Strategic Programs, SNS Future in Review

Collision Conference

May 3, 2018   Ernest N. Morial Convention Center New Orleans, Louisiana

 

On May 2 of this year, Strategic News Service's Evan Anderson and Donna Shillinger met with Steve Carlin, chief strategy officer at SoftBank Robotics, and members of his team to discuss the bright present and brighter future of robotics.  They covered the lighter side of robotics, from social engineering to the changes in customer satisfaction that robots are already offering businesses today. In this conversation, at least, there was no Skynet. Unlike the more sinister-looking DARPA creatures readers may have seen, Pepper, Softbank's human assistant bot, is an unlikely candidate for Doomsday Machine.  - era.

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