Month: June 2020

‘Robotics for Infectious Diseases’ and other resources

In times of crisis, we all want to know where the robots are! And young roboticists just starting their careers, or simply thinking about robotics as a career, ask us ‘How can robotics help?’ and ‘What can I do to help?’. Cluster organizations like Silicon Valley Robotics can serve as connection points between industry and […]

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Why you need an ATS-targeted resume to win in the job market today.

So, you find the perfect job opportunity, customize your latest resume, and submit your application online. But unfortunately, it did not even reach the recruiter. Where did you go wrong? Guest post from Aditya Sharma There is a high chance that your resume is lost somewhere in cyberspace. After all, your resume needs to get […]

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Handshake: an exploration of robot interaction

In times of physical distancing, when touching becomes unreachable; “Handshake” is a platform on which strangers can interact with each other, virtually but also physically. The robotic installation by artistic duo AATB will run from May 28 to June 30 alongside a series of online conversations with robotics experts that discuss some of the questions […]

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SLAMcore raises $5 million to meet growing demand for robotics

London, 17 JUNE 2020: SLAMcore,a UK company developing spatial AI algorithms for robots and drones,has secured$5million in a funding round led by Octopus Ventures and MMC Ventures, with participation from Amadeus Capital Partners and Toyota AI Ventures. The funding will allow SLAMcore to meet the increasing demand of the robotics market, which has seen demand skyrocket due to COVID-19. […]

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Silicon Valley Robotics wins RBR50 Innovation Award

California’s Silicon Valley Bay Area is the quintessential business cluster for software, hardware, high-tech services innovation and now as a business cluster for robotics as well. The area contains more than 50 robotics research labs, with over 500 autonomous systems startups, thousands of investors, and many other robotics ecosystem participants, all driving the innovation and […]

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How does robotics research funding compare globally?

The Corona crisis highlights the important contribution that robots make to industry and to society. Research funding programs (R&D) are vital to enable and further support these developments. IFR summarized national funding programs in the new “World Robotics R&D Programs”. How Nations Invest in Robotics Research – report by International Federation of Robotics Tweet this […]

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Venture Deals Study Group

We’re hosting a STUDY GROUP for robotics/hardware and frontier tech startups who are working through the free “Venture Deals” course from Kauffman Fellows and TechStars, with instructors Brad Feld and Jason Mendelson. Gain additional mentorship and guidance through Silicon Valley Robotics and Circuit Launch accelerator. Free for Silicon Valley Robotics or Circuit Launch members. Sign […]

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Society, Robots and Us: the conversations we need to have (next July 28)

On July 28 at 6pm PDT we’ll be discussing the role of facial recognition in Society, Robots and Us. Free and open to all: https://societyrobotsandus.eventbrite.com Guest speakers include: TBC. The first and most important ‘conversation we need to have’ was on robotics and racism on June 16 2020. The video is online. This was followed […]

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