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Meet Ella. She’s filling a critical need. And she’s funny.

Ella's among more than 100 fully-autonomous robots that will be deployed in Singapore this year, as part of a solution to a labor shortage......

Building American Dream Factories, one city at a time

There are many paths to innovation. Penicillin was discovered by accident. The cell phone reportedly was inspired by the communicators in the original Star...

“Think about that. Then think about it again.”

It’s worth repeating: “Think about that. Then think about it again.” That advice, offered by economist Richard Baldwin in his 2019 book, “The Globotics...

Robotic Buddhist priest delivers sermons in Japan

A temple in Kyoto is combining ancient teaching and futuristic robotic technology with the hopes of preserving and stimulating interest in Buddhism. Meet "Mindar." Created by...

A once-thriving manufacturing town looks to the past to move forward

Automation is disrupting the workplace. Each year, for the past eight years, robot sales in the United States have hit a new record. Right...

The Poynter Institute and WorkingNation present ‘A Journalist’s Guide to Covering...

Robots. Automation. Artificial Intelligence. The future of work is changing faster than anyone could have ever predicted. At the same time, access to higher...

The Poynter Institute and WorkingNation partner to educate journalists on the...

Robots. Automation. Artificial Intelligence. The future of work is changing faster than anyone could have predicted. At the same time, access to education beyond...

Meet your new acrobat, the ATLAS robot

In this week in robots, we've seen great examples of their success with grocery shopping, playing soccer and *ahem* getting freaky with humans. But there's one...

Automation is changing pro football. Here’s how

It's almost time to put on your favorite team's jersey and bust out the chips and guacamole for the kickoff of the NFL regular...

When work disappears, could an Universal Basic Income save societies?

WorkingNation welcomes journalist Livia Gershon as our featured columnist for August. This is the fourth in a series articles from Gershon, whose previous work...

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