This week on TechRepublic’s Business Technology Weekly podcast, hosts Dan Patterson and Ant Pruitt discuss innovations in augmented reality, best practices for legacy companies to become more digital, and how artificial intelligence might help humans behave more ethically.
- With Cheetah Robotics launch, software giant wants to create China’s first global tech brand | Jason Hiner Most of the Chinese tech giants—Alibaba, Baidu, and Tencent—have focused on China and been happy with that so far because it’s such a huge and lucrative market. App maker Cheetah Mobile, however, has over 70% of its customers outside of China. And this week it announced that it sees AI, deep learning, and robotics as a big part of its future. As a result, it’s spinning up a new subsidiary called Cheetah Robotics that’s going to make consumer-facing robots aimed at automating mundane tasks and jobs that humans don’t like doing. The company is also launching a second headquarters in Silicon Valley and its CEO and other C-level executives will split time between both headquarters. All of this is aimed at turning Cheetah into a multinational company and the first global tech brand to come out of China.
- Can a robot affect whether humans behave ethically? | Hope Reese Researchers
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