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  1. Robotics & Automation: The productivity paradox

    Robotics & Automation: The productivity paradox

    Advances in technology herald the dawn of a new era. Artificial Intelligence or “A.I.” enabled by super-fast computers and accessed over high-speed wireless internet connections, will revolutionize the way we work and live.

  2. Robotics & Automation: Driving towards an autonomous future

    Robotics & Automation: Driving towards an autonomous future

    In this fast moving world people are easily distracted, especially it seems when driving. Behind the wheel for a few hours we might become sleepy or bored, perhaps we scan through the channels on the radio, attempt to drink a cup of coffee or eat a sandwich, fiddle with the car navigation system, or turn around to tell the kids to behave. 

  3. Data protection: A growing need

    Data protection: A growing need

    On 25th May 2018 a new set of rules, the General Data Protection Regulations, or “GDPR”, was put into effect in the European Union.

  4. Robotics & Automation: China on the road to innovation

    Robotics & Automation: China on the road to innovation

    President Xi is attempting to shift China’s economy from an export-driven model to one led more by domestic consumption and self-sufficiency. Robotics, automation, artificial intelligence and big data are all technologies where the administration has ambition to become a world leader. 

  5. Robotics & Automation: Everyday automation

    We have all been brainwashed to a degree by our creative friends in Hollywood and by science fiction writers the world over, to expect that technological change will arrive one day abruptly, perhaps brought to earth by alien life forms, and this change will be so significant that it will transform our lives overnight, and in the bleakest scenarios subject the human-race to servitude under the rule of a super-intelligent being or sentient machine.

  6. Transportation – an Exciting Investment Opportunity Thanks to Artificial Intelligence

    Robotics, Security and Safety:
    Are you too small for Robotics?

    As the they become advanced, robots are becoming cheaper, safer and easier to work with, which will boost market size and increase the penetration of the technology. Robotics is set to become one of the great investment trends of the coming decade.

  7. Is lab automation part of the solution to save lives?

    Is lab automation part of the solution to save lives?

    We expect that increasing automation of laboratories in the health care sector has the potential to not only reduce costs and improve efficiencies, but also result in improved patient health and longevity. This article focuses on the subject of lab automation, which we believe is just one of the ways technology is starting to revolutionize the health care sector and improve the “safety” of the world population.

  8. Transportation – an Exciting Investment Opportunity Thanks to Artificial Intelligence

    Transportation – an Exciting Investment Opportunity Thanks to Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence is fueling a new transportation revolution. The greatest investment opportunities will be found where the possibilities offered by AI are matched by growing need for transportation.

  9. Robot-Assisted Surgical Systems Provide a Growing and Profitable Niche for Investors in Health Care 

    History shows that surgical techniques will only continue to advance. Credit Suisse Asset Management sees a range of investment opportunities to ride the wave of success together with medical device startups, existing robotics-assisted surgical companies and the architects of artificial intelligence. 

  10. Robotics and Automation

    Robotics and Automation: A Long-Term Investment Theme?

    The global market for robotics technology is expected to grow by around 10% a year between now and 2025. Supported by this growth, the investment universe of robotics companies could generate higher returns in the long run than the broader equity market.1