More than 1,000 leading scientists, business people and robotics researchers have signed an open letter warning against the dangers of autonomous weapons, saying artificial intelligence could prompt a “third revolution in warfare, after gunpowder and nuclear arms”.
While at the Manufacturing 4.0 conference 2015, Jonny Williamson sat down with Rockwell Automation’s vice president of market development, John Nesi, to discuss the company’s vision of the Connected Enterprise.
The University of Michigan has shown a glimpse into the future of driving by opening the world’s first controlled environment to test how self-driving cars would operate on the roads of the future.
Security experts have demonstrated how to perform a hack of a Jeep Cherokee, while it is in motion, exposing a security flaw allowing remote access and control of any Jeep, Chrysler, Ram or Dodge.
Manufacturers—large and small—are impacted by the global economy, competition from emerging markets and supply chains that span continents.
Rockwell Automation and CISCO Systems are looking to the future by delivering secure, resilient infrastructure capable of furthering fourth generation manufacturing systems.
After raising over $200,000 on Kickstarter, anticipation surrounds The Delta Six Video Game Gun Controller for use in first person shooter videos games.
While the opportunities for embracing IoT are incredibly exciting, it’s essential that manufacturers ask the right questions from the beginning when identifying and executing an IoT strategy says Mark Lee – CCO of IoT enabler and innovator, Intamac.
Cisco IoT System simplifies large scale management of networked devices and objects, and provides business insights more quickly via a data analytics platform at the network’s edge.
Last week General Motors announced plans to begin testing a new system built by Cisco which would enable its cars to communicate with each other on the road.