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January 22 - 12:00


Getting to know our robot friends

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ABB is hosting an invitation-only event in Davos to explore the potential of the fourth industrial revolution and how advances in artificial intelligence could shape the future of industry. Here, an ABB employee plays with the YuMi industrial robot. (Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)

ABB is hosting an invitation-only event in Davos to explore the potential of the fourth industrial revolution and how advances in artificial intelligence could shape the future of industry. Here, an ABB employee plays with the YuMi industrial robot.

(Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)
Watching and explaining the robots. (Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)

Watching and explaining the robots.

(Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)
ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer and Transport and Energy Minister Doris Leuthard look at ABB's YuMi robot. (Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)

ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer and Transport and Energy Minister Doris Leuthard look at ABB's YuMi robot.

(Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)
Intense discussions about robotics. (Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)

Intense discussions about robotics.

(Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)
Manuela M. Veloso, professor of computer science and robotics at Carnegie Mellon University, talks with ABB employee Ivan Lundberg. (Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)

Manuela M. Veloso, professor of computer science and robotics at Carnegie Mellon University, talks with ABB employee Ivan Lundberg.

(Thomas Kern/swissinfo.ch)


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