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09/04/2019

Restaurants are now employing robots – should chefs be worried?

From burger-flipping robots to android waiters, automated systems that can cook and serve are no longer the preserve of sci-fi Like most chefs, Flippy is not afraid of hard graft. Since last summer that has meant 11am until 7pm shifts at Caliburger in Pasadena, California, as well as stints at Chick-N-Tots at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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08/04/2019

Driverless cars will be on UK roads by 2021, says government

London (CNN)Driverless cars could be in full use on Britain's roads by 2021, the government announced on Wednesday. The new technology is a step closer after UK ministers announced plans to move forward on advanced trials for automated vehicles

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03/04/2019

NHS report suggests AI will give docs more patient time

A report from the NHS suggests the impending technological ‘revolution’ in healthcare will increase the amount

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02/04/2019

Robot Pets to help the elderly avoid loneliness a hit at CES in Las Vegas

A pet robot which coos when its owner strokes it and is designed as a loyal companion for lonely elderly people is among the hit products at

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02/04/2019

First CDT in Agri-Food Robotics Launched

The world's first Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Agri-Food Robotics is being established by the University of Lincoln, UK, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge and the University of East Anglia.

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20/03/2019

800 robotics and new technologies top experts are coming to Bucharest at the European Robotics Forum 2019

19 March, Bucharest - The most influential meeting of the robotics and artifical intelligence community in Europe, the European Robotics Forum, will take place at the JW Mariott Bucharest Grand Hotel, on 20-22 March 2019.

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14/03/2019

Early Detection Innovation Sandpit and Award

The CRUK-EPSRC Early Detection Innovation Sandpit and Award will catalyse new multidisciplinary collaborations to drive forward earlier detection of cancer.

To apply for this funding you must attend a sandpit workshop — an intensive and interactive three-day residential event where you will have the opportunity to:

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