I have spent part of this summer in four regions of Ukraine.
In these areas, economy is mostly based on conventional, or, rather, old industries, such as logistics/ports, agriculture, and heavy industry (metallurgy among them). Continue reading “#AI and Digitalization. How to Be a Global Champion?”
As my main work is related to AI and brains for robots, (http://augmentedpixels.com) and I write in a blog about AI use cases in different industries, some big corporations involved in traditional industries ask me to help them solve problems with their AI research & development.
Usually, these problems are related to “over-budgeting” of R&D or issues with goal setting, or inefficient management in R&D teams.
Here are the most common issues and takeaways from my experience: Continue reading “How to manage “AI” development and R&D team in big corporations without “casting spells” and “doing rain dances”?”
Since the 90s I am a big fan of robotics, and I become very upset when companies producing robots fail.
For the last three years a few reputable companies that I liked a lot “left the market” (Anki, etc.).
As my company licenses SLAM for robotics and AR/VR glasses developers, I understand the market from the inside and will allow myself in this article some thoughts about system problems and necessary changes in the market that may change the situation.
Why do cool robotics companies fail? Continue reading “When do robotics and drones companies stop failing?”