Kenichi Yoshida, the chief business officer at SoftBank Robotics Group Corporation shares that the future of our intelligent dining workforce lies in robotics. by Kenichi Yoshida / JULY 6, 2022 Robotics is the new innovation, especially in this technologically driven world we
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The importance of AI and robotic solutions to enhance our human experience, on the leadership style of Masayoshi “Masa” Son, and on investing on new big things
As a global leader in robotics technology, Japan-based corporation Softbank Robotics Group has taken massive strides in its creation of robot solutions that enhance our human experience. One of the great minds behind these innovations is our next guest: chief
A peek into how #ChangiAirport upkeeps its pristine airport service during the #pandemic period, in delivering the efficacy of cleanliness by deploying commercial cleaning robots such as #WhizGambit. Whiz Gambit is a 2-in-1 commercial floorcare vacuum cleaning and disinfection robot developed jointly together with our
Professional Indoor Facility Mobility Robots Market Analysis, 2022 April 2022 | Report Format: Electronic (PDF) The professional indoor facility mobility robot market is expected to witness significant growth over coming years. The market growth can be attributed to increasing technological innovations
On 18th April, SoftBank Robotics held its first on-site exhibition after 2 years of covid restrictions in Singapore, at Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands. It was one of the celebrated events where we were honored to have
Singapore was once described by the New York Times as a place ‘so clean that bubble gum is a controlled substance’. The definition of ‘cleanliness’ for most of us must have changed over the last two years due to Covid-19.
The Big Read: F&B manpower woes — with the big productivity push? Or are there just too many eateries in S’pore?
F&B industry was among the hardest hit sectors during the pandemic over the past two years The sector’s manpower shortage has hit home especially in recent weeks, as Singapore significantly eased its Covid-19 restrictions F&B businesses expect the situation to
Channel NewsAsia 11:32pm Food and beverage-related jobs such waiters and dishwashers may become obsolete as companies adopt automation and robotics. However, industry players say there are still some roles that robots cannot replace. Brandon Tanoto reports. Watch here.