2017 Global Digital IQ Survey: Robotics

| May 9, 2017

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Robots are going beyond specialized tasks in manufacturing to more general use. As their capabilities expand, they are becoming easier to use, and their costs are going down. In the future, robots could assist in surgery-but with a far greater level of precision and without getting tired.

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