Robots with eyes and brains reshaping manufacturing, says Solomon Technology chairman
Aaron Lee, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES

Industrial robots have been employed at car factories for many years, but robots are beginning to have a bigger influence on people's daily lives, as they now have eyes (enabled by 3D vision) and brains (artificial intelligence, AI) to have recognition...

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