Today’s Solutions: June 19, 2024

Robot barista helps cafe in So

Robot barista helps cafe in South Korea maintain social distancing

As South Korea recovers from the coronavirus, businesses in the country are getting creative to ensure that their customers are safe. Case in point: a café in Daejon, South Korea has hired a robot barista to take care of making and busing drinks around. Thanks to the robot, the café only has to Read More...

Hong Kong rolls out a robot-sa

Hong Kong rolls out a robot-sanitizer to disinfect its subway stations

Public transport is an essential component for any working city and vital to city dwellers who have to commute every day. Subways, in particular, are considered one of the most efficient means of mass transit, but they also have an inherent flaw that has become the center of attention at the moment Read More...

This is what happens when peop

This is what happens when people win a basic income raffle

The rough premise of a basic income (BI) involves distributing small cash stipends to people, with no restrictions on how it can be spent. While some economists dismiss BI as inefficient and expensive, evidence shows it has real benefits. Recent experiments—in places as far flung Read More...

robots to deliver to college campuses

This robot delivers pizza, groceries and medicines - coming soon to a college campus near you!

All-night study sessions on college campuses may soon have a new addition: delivery robots. Starship Technologies has announced a plan this week to launch delivery robots this month at George Mason University and Northern Arizona University with the University of Pittsburgh and Purdue University Read More...

This robot could eventually ri

This robot could eventually rid the agricultural sector of pesticides

Nowadays, the adoption of automated robots is a common practice among many industries that seek to improve their effectiveness – from automated robots that are tightening the knots and bolts on cars to automated hoovers that clean your home. Now, in efforts to stop the use of pesticides, Read More...

Study: Automation makes the th

Study: Automation makes the three-day weekend more common

A new study conducted in Britain suggest that employees in the UK could enjoy shorter work weeks thanks to automated machines and their ability to make work more efficient. Currently, workers in the UK are laboring longer hours on average than in most other European countries.  New technologies Read More...