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Robotics for Future Presidents

Leading Experts on the Next Revolution in Automation (PDF-download)

E-book Pdf met watermerkbeveiliging Engels 2015 9789081408639
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Robots are rapidly entering our daily lives. In millions of homes, a robot vacuum cleaner scurries around and sucks up dirt. Autonomous cars have already travelled millions of kilometres.

In factories, robots are no longer confined to safety cages, and have started cooperating with factory workers. This is the new technology wave taking shape. World-renowned robotics experts discuss their vision on our robotic future with science journalists Bas den Hond, Bennie Mols
and Bram Vermeer.

They envision what will be lost and what will be gained as robots affect almost every industry and service – and how we can prepare for it.

- THOUGHT-PROVOKING VISIONS
- ON THE NEXT TECHNOLOG
- TO BRING FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9789081408639
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:e-book
Beveiliging:watermerk
Bestandsformaat:pdf
Aantal pagina's:144
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:23-12-2015
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Over Bas den Hond

Bas den Hond (1959) is the US correspondent for the Dutch newspaper Trouw, and writes about science for Trouw, The Economist and New Scientist. He was previously science editor, general reporter, and Americas editor for Trouw. He has also taught journalism at the University of Groningen. He co-authored the book 'Wetenschap is ook maar een mening' ('Science is just one more opinion'), which discusses the connections between science and politics. Bas studied journalism(BA) and astronomy (MSc) in Utrecht. He is currently based in Drewsville, NH, in the US.

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Over Bennie Mols

Bennie Mols (1969) is a science and technology journalist with a special interest in artificial intelligence, robots and the human brain. Bennie regularly talks about science on Dutch public radio.He contributes to the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, magazines such as KIJK and De Ingenieur, and the website of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). He also edited a series for Dutch public television about the brain: ‘BreinGeheim’. His latest book, 'Turings Tango', relates Alan Turing’s quest for artificial intelligence. Bennie studied physics (MSc, Eindhoven)and philosophy (MA, University of Amsterdam) and holds a PhD in physics (Delft). He lives and works in Amsterdam.

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Over Bram Vermeer

Bram Vermeer (1962) is a science writer whose aim is to help place scientific evidence at the heart of the social debate. He has published several books, including works on energy and the future of technology. He has contributed to newspapers and magazines in the Netherlands, Germany and the US. Bram also works with research institutions to share their visions and results with a wider audience. He is co-founder of Oostenwind Press (Amsterdam), which publishes books by Dutch journalists. Bram studied physics (MSc, VU University, Amsterdam) and lives in both Berlin and Amsterdam.

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Inhoudsopgave

1. CREATING THE NEXT-GENERATION ROBOTS
2. THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOT IS WAKING UP
3. PUT IN THE REAL WORLD
4. ROBOTS FOR PEOPLE
5. AS ROBOTS GO ONLINE
6. ROBOT SWARMS
7. THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE AUTONOMOUS

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