keeping robots and humans separate

Keeping Robots and Humans Separate

At the begin­ning of this month, the Finan­ci­al Times posted an arti­cle about the set­up of hybrid systems—where auto­ma­ted pro­ces­ses and humans work together—and of the dif­fe­rent approa­ches that they often take. The sto­ry begins by tel­ling of how a pede­stri­an was kil­led by one of Uber’s self-dri­ving cars. It was an acci­dent that occur­red when the

Read more — The Democratisation of Automation

We are pret­ty posi­ti­ve about Natu­ral Lan­guage Gene­ra­ti­on (NLG). It would be a sur­pri­se, frank­ly, if we were not. We honest­ly belie­ve that NLG solu­ti­ons can be vital to ans­we­ring ques­ti­ons facing com­pa­nies and orga­ni­sa­ti­ons today. The­re are nume­rous bene­fits to com­pa­nies that deci­de to imple­ment NLG pro­ducts as a sup­port to their ever­y­day ope­ra­ti­ons.

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The Road To Chemnitz

Ret­res­co is open about its ethics and cor­po­ra­te values becau­se we belie­ve that no orga­ni­sa­ti­on can exist wit­hin this world without ack­now­led­ging the impact it has. Pro­fit as an end wit­hin its­elf is an out­da­ted phi­lo­so­phy, and in the­se frau­ght times, com­pa­nies should not be afraid to put their ethi­cal heart on their slee­ve.  

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