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2021 was the biggest year for industrial robotics, but China dominates This article is sponsored by:

The latest facts and figures from the International Federation of Robotics highlight which countries are deploying robots and automating quickly and which are falling behind.

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Robots hit the road to show UK manufacturing the way This article is sponsored by:

A robotics innovator talks about how UK manufacturing can position itself for the future

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The COVID benefits are fading, but Ocado CEO Tim Steiner is still set on re-imagining online retail This article is sponsored by:

The heady days of online grocery shopping during the pandemic may have passed, but there's a new equilibrium setting in, says Steiner.

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UK Space Agency CIO preps launch pad This article is sponsored by:

Spaceports and low orbit satellites are taking off globally. Mat Mallett, CDIO of the UK Space agency describes their plans to be a booster rocket

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SS&C sees new colors in Blue Prism This article is sponsored by:

The inside story on an overlooked US acquisition of a UK technology success.

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RPA - productive bots or your money back! says Laiye This article is sponsored by:

If RPA doesn’t achieve what you want, this company says it will give you your money back. Should the IT industry be quaking in its boots?

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Row, row robo-boats, gently down the data stream - a new age of autonomous shipping sets sail This article is sponsored by:

The UK is helping a robot launch a future vision of autonomous sea transport. What are the advantages and risks of this new technology?

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Robophobia and how to cure it - why robots need to meet human needs and not just look like us This article is sponsored by:

China’s World Robot Conference showcased a fast-maturing industry and exposed the contrast between the real world of robotic innovation with what the public and media imagine the future will look like.

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The five laws of robotic software automation This article is sponsored by:

Israeli software company NICE talks about how to prevent ‘robot anxiety’, crime, and techno abuse. But can its plan work?

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Drones - are we opening our skies to nuisance and chaos? This article is sponsored by:

A key area of debate is conspicuous by its absence at a recent policy conference on drones. Drone deliveries may make life in our cities unbearable.

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Robots - it’s about the service, not the hardware This article is sponsored by:

We take a look at the world of service robotics in a host of different industries, and hear from the CEO of a UK success story.

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It’s summertime for robots, says UK industry showcase This article is sponsored by:

It’s the launch of a summer season of robotics events, as the UK – hopefully – begins its economic recovery. Is the sun rising on the robots?

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How Target's omni-channel leap of faith 5 years ago set it up for retail's COVID crisis and beyond This article is sponsored by:

In 2016, US retailer Target set off on an omni-channel transformation journey that 'loved the store'; in 2020, that foresight paid off during the COVID crisis. Where to now in the Vaccine Economy?

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