How Do Robotics and the Internet of Things Work Together?
Wednesday March 6, 2019
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The #AskIoT team sits down with Tra Vu to discuss how robotics and IoT work together, how robotics are playing a role in mobility and aging in place and what makes people scared of robots.
In this episode, we dive into how IoT plays a role in robotic telepresence, influencing the healthcare, education and business landscapes to enable people to participate in experiences without actually being in the room. We also discuss why people shouldn’t be worried about AI and robotics taking more jobs than they create and how younger generations can begin learning about these new emerging technologies.
- How do robotics and IoT work together?
- What are some of the most common IoT use cases you have seen for the elderly?
- Do you believe AI and robotics will take more jobs than they create?
- Should people be fearful of AI/Robotics?
- My 10-year-old has a high level of interest in technology—how would you start their education at home in areas such as IoT and robotics?
If you are interested in connecting with Tra Vu, you can find her on LinkedIn.
About OhmniLabs: Founded in 2015 and based in Silicon Valley, CA, OhmniLabs is changing the paradigm of robotics development. The co-founders, Jared Go, Tingxi Tan and Thuc Vu, are robotics experts from Carnegie Mellon and Stanford who believe that personal consumer robots can make a positive impact on people’s everyday lives. They have extensive experience in AI, machine learning, multi-agent systems, industrial design, mechanical & electrical engineering and cloud infrastructure.
About Kambria: Kambria is building a decentralized open robotics platform to accelerate the development and adoption of impactful robots. Their mission is to make robotics dev an order of magnitude faster, easier, and cheaper than it is today so that everyone around the world can join in.