Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn has announced a three-phase plan to eventually replace every human worker in its Chinese factories with robots, known as Foxbots. The company behind Apple’s iPhone and various other popular electronics devices says that the first phase of the plan is “to set up individual automated work stations for work that workers […]Read more "Foxconn To Replace Human Workers With Robots In Chinese Factories"
It was a bad year for Samsung. The South Korean tech giant, which has been struggling with sluggish growth of its mobile business in recent quarters, was just gaining some momentum with the success of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge when the Galaxy Note 7 debacle doomed the company. Just a few weeks after […]Read more "GALAXY NOTE 7 CRISIS: HOW WILL SAMSUNG WIN BACK CONSUMERS’ TRUST?"
The so-called smartphone war between Samsung and Apple is a never-ending combat. The South Korean tech giant has trounced the iPhone maker in terms of global smartphone market share, but the company still seems to be looking for its perfect voice assistant (S Voice apparently failed to deliver) which can rival Apple’s Siri. In its […]Read more "Samsung Galaxy S8 May Feature New ‘Bixby’ Voice Assistant"
We love it when Google auto-completes our search entries. We admire Siri because of her ability to make suggestions based on our previous interactions with the iPhone. We, as consumers, rarely think of the technicality that goes behind it. But tech giants like Google, Apple and Intel are seeing huge potential in nurturing Artificial Intelligence […]Read more "Tech Giants Snap Up AI Startups As We Shift Towards Age Of Automation"