What were the top stories in robotics from 2013?

11 December 2013

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2013 is drawing to a close, and what a year it’s been — not just for robotics news, but robotics-in-the-news too … this year has probably seen more news about robotics in the mainstream press than any year prior. This month we asked our Robotics by Invitation experts to tell what they thought the top robotics stories of the year were. Here’s what they have to say …

Andra Keay

Andra Keay on “What were the top stories in robotics from 2013?”

2013 was a year for David and Goliath stories. Google’s recent robotics purchases are certainly of Goliath scale, but I’m glad there were some David startup stories too …

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AJung Moon

AJung Moon on “What were the top stories in robotics from 2013?”

2013 was a year filled with talk of drones. I’m not saying this just because I’m biased by the recent news reporting on how large companies (Amazon, DHL, and UPS to be exact) are exploring the use of drones as a new delivery mechanism …

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Frank Tobe

Frank Tobe on “What were the top stories in robotics from 2013?”

As Editor and Publisher of the Robot Report, I follow robotics news closely, especially in business and finance. Here are my top picks for 2013 …

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Have your own 2013 highlights you’d like to share? Leave a comment below!

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