FT Nikkei, robotics and the future of jobs
Can humans and robots work side by side? In the American auto industry, factory workers are having to do just that, and is serving as a bellwether for the future of employment environments.
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New tools in Olympic security
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Sony's aibo is back
Discontinued years ago, the AIBO robotic dog is being brought back by Sony, as it announces that the new "aibo" will go on sale next year, and be far more advanced that the previous models.
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Making tech grow cacao sustainability
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Japan embraces competitive esports
Competitive esports has become a worldwide phenomenon, and Japan risks falling behind. But now with the consolidation of the country's three major esports organizations, Japan is ready to offer bigger prizes and support its professional gamers.