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Industry Today | 9/5/2017
Dr. Howie Choset, professor of robotics at Carnegie Mellon University and chief technology officer for the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Institute, says robotic advancement will empower the human worker to become more productive, opening the door for new jobs and new industries to be created.
Crain's Detroit Business | 8/20/2017
The setbacks technology companies face are rarely related to the technology itself.
Benzinga | 8/18/2017
Integr8, a Nov. 9 conference in Detroit organized by Automation Alley, will focus on the technologies that are driving what’s being called the fourth Industrial Revolution.
Bridge | 8/17/2017
The American job market holds few guarantees, and its future might hold even fewer. But in making critical career decisions, here’s a question you might ask yourself: Am I a Roomba?
Modern Machine Shop | 8/15/2017
The Integr8 conference will be hosted by the Michigan manufacturing association Automation Alley and will feature material revolving around eight “disruptive” technology areas related to advanced manufacturing.
Crain's Detroit Business | 8/13/2017
To the Editor: I found myself nodding when I read Keith Crain's editorial on disruption in the auto industry — and beyond. ("It sure isn't just the automotive industry," Aug. 7)
Graphic Speak | 8/9/2017
Thought leaders from eight disciplines will converge to explore the future of manufacturing, including modeling & simulation.
DBusiness | 8/4/2017
Automation Alley, a statewide technology and manufacturing business association based in Troy, today announced its Integr8 conference, which will take place in Detroit on Nov. 9 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center.
WJR | 8/1/2017
The future of manufacturing is here for the taking in Michigan.
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