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Can China reboot its manufacturing industry—and the global economy—by replacing millions of workers with machines?

Can China reboot its manufacturing industry—and the global economy—by replacing millions of workers with machines?

The Googlebot cuts the cord: Giant humanoid robot overhauled and made wireless in bid to win $2m prize in US Government's 'Robot Olympics'  | The Atlas robot created by Google-owned firm Boston Dynamics is a formidable figure at 6ft 2in tall and weighing in at 330lb. The robot boasts 28 hydraulically actuated joints and stereo vision, and is one of the most advanced robots ever created. Atlas will also now carry an onboard 3.7-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack.

The Googlebot cuts the cord: Giant humanoid robot overhauled and made wireless in bid to win $2m prize in US Government's 'Robot Olympics' | The Atlas robot created by Google-owned firm Boston Dynamics is a formidable figure at 6ft 2in tall and weighing in at 330lb. The robot boasts 28 hydraulically actuated joints and stereo vision, and is one of the most advanced robots ever created. Atlas will also now carry an onboard 3.7-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack.

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The latest small-business productivity tool: The robot 47% of US jobs at high risk for being automated in 10 to 20 years

The latest small-business productivity tool: The robot 47% of US jobs at high risk for being automated in 10 to 20 years

There's a new robot in town. Quotes in the article Jabil Circuit Inc  JBL ▲ 23.28 +0.62 +2.74%  Meet Sawyer, a new robot unveiled Thursday by Rethink Robotics, a Boston-based robotics company aiming to make factories more efficient, safer and more productive.  Weighing in at 41.9 lbs and standing 3.3 feet tall, the one-armed Sawyer is smaller and more flexible than Rethink's only other robot, the double-armed Baxter, which debuted in 2012

There's a new robot in town. Quotes in the article Jabil Circuit Inc JBL ▲ 23.28 +0.62 +2.74% Meet Sawyer, a new robot unveiled Thursday by Rethink Robotics, a Boston-based robotics company aiming to make factories more efficient, safer and more productive. Weighing in at 41.9 lbs and standing 3.3 feet tall, the one-armed Sawyer is smaller and more flexible than Rethink's only other robot, the double-armed Baxter, which debuted in 2012

Robots may make it harder for some Americans to get ahead | So if advanced robots knock out more automatable jobs, will lower-skilled workers fall further from the pack and essentially vanish from the American jobs landscape? This is a big debate among economists and experts on robotics.

Robots may make it harder for some Americans to get ahead | So if advanced robots knock out more automatable jobs, will lower-skilled workers fall further from the pack and essentially vanish from the American jobs landscape? This is a big debate among economists and experts on robotics.

Birds served as the inspiration for a robot that could prove to be the world's fastest on two mechanical feet. Researchers in the Dynamic Robotics Laboratory at Oregon State University are working on the robot they call ATRIAS, whose carbon-fiber legs will employ fiberglass springs to operate like a pogo stick. The robot could be useful in disaster areas that are too dangerous for humans to enter.

Birds served as the inspiration for a robot that could prove to be the world's fastest on two mechanical feet. Researchers in the Dynamic Robotics Laboratory at Oregon State University are working on the robot they call ATRIAS, whose carbon-fiber legs will employ fiberglass springs to operate like a pogo stick. The robot could be useful in disaster areas that are too dangerous for humans to enter.

In 10 years, spending on robots overall will reach $67 billion, up from $15 billion spent in 2010, according to estimates from the Boston Consulting Group.  Higher adoption of robots, especially in the manufacturing of transport equipment, electronics and electrical appliances, could lead to a 22 percent reduction in labor costs in the United States by 2025, according to BCG.

In 10 years, spending on robots overall will reach $67 billion, up from $15 billion spent in 2010, according to estimates from the Boston Consulting Group. Higher adoption of robots, especially in the manufacturing of transport equipment, electronics and electrical appliances, could lead to a 22 percent reduction in labor costs in the United States by 2025, according to BCG.

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