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  1. Mira Robotics' Ugo avatar robot sterilizes a door handle with ultraviolet light during a demon

    Robot built for Japan's ageing workforce finds COVID-19 role

    Mira Robotics developed its "ugo" robot to reinforce greying Japan's shrinking workforce, but as the coronavirus threat persists, the Japanese ...
  2. A robot designed to help medical workers treat coronavirus patients remotely is seen at the aerospa

    COVID-19 outbreak: Robotic arm designed in China could help save lives on medical frontline

    Researchers at one of China's top universities have designed a robot they say could help save lives on the frontline during the coronavirus outbreak.
  3. ICA BioScreen-Multi Modal Biometric Screening System

    ‘Policing needs to get better’: Josephine Teo highlights 3 areas that could help crime-fighters

    Biometrics, data analytics and digital forensics are mentioned as areas that could help international crime-busters better do their jobs.
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    Home Team’s new science and tech agency to focus on robots, surveillance capability: Josephine Teo

    The Second Minister for Home Affairs says it plans to table a bill to establish the agency as a statutory board under the ministry
  5. Robot waiter

    Commentary: Countries are not responding well to automation

    Time for developing countries to begin seriously considering how technology will impact labour trends, say two observer.
  6. Dr Kira Radinsky, chief scientist at eBay Israel

    Digital triage and data-driven decisions in defence, this eBay data scientist is doing them all

    Dr Kira Radinsky has helped predict global events like epidemics using data, saw her start-up bought over by e-commerce giant eBay and now ...
  7. SCDF 1

    SCDF looking at use of robotics to enhance operational capabilities

  8. WIM robots main

    It's cats and T-rex versus humanoids, as robots take over jobs in Japan

    Does it matter what robots that serve us look like? And do they reinforce gender biases? Why It Matters explores this debate in Japan, where half ...