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- Where robotic solutions can do a better job than humans, there are good opportunities.26 October, 2020Roberto Conti tells us about the robotics market new trends and next challenges. He is a Research and Development Engineer at IUVO, a startup that emerged from the italian Scuola superiore Sant’Anna, and he is also the coordinator of the INBOTS’ work package dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship and nontechnical support to SMEs. Where is the robotics market headed? I don’t think there is one answer to this. A simple approach would though be to say that where robotic solutions can do a better job than humans, there are good opportunities. This would e.g. be in replacing humans in monotonous work and this has already […]
- When does AI become a producer & consumer of Copyright?5 October, 2020Artificial intelligence (AI) has been the subject of a great deal of academic interest in recent times; it has captured the attention of copyright lawyers fascinated by the thought of machines creating works of art, music and literature. There is no doubt that, as has often happened in the past during previous waves of technological advances, AI platforms—and especially, machine learning—have brought with them new opportunities as well as challenges. A few weeks ago the world could read the first article written by AI at the Guardian newspaper, but the hability of Artificial Intelligence to create knowledge will go further and legislation […]