A list of 20 companies is listed by (June, 2017) Datamation

In this task you will investigate an aspect of research in AI and Robotics. Submit the following files to Doubtfire: A PDF document with your investigation (150 words) There are many companies working on AI/Robotics. A list of 20 companies is listed by (June, 2017) Datamation (also linked here). The following graphic shows a list of 50 AI/Robotics startup companies, and countries funding them, from Fortune magazine: SIT740 Research and Development in Information Technology Pass Task 7.1: Review trends in AI and Robotics Submission Details InstructionsIn this task, you can choose explore further an aspect of R&D in AI/Robotics, you can choose to do ONE ofthe following: investigate an AI/Robotics concept: investigate and write about three different versions/variations of an AI/Robotics concept (from the same or different company), and compare and contrast these different versions, explaining why you consider them to be within the field of AI/Robotics, and their use cases, including their capabilities, limitations, and their advantages and disadvantages. Links from the articles this week are starting points. investigate AI/Robotics companies: investigate and write about three AI/Robotics companies, explaining why you consider them to be a AI/Robotics company, including the products they sell or develop, problems they aim to solve, and how the products are developed to solve the problems, and their limitations. Links from the articles this week and above are starting points. investigate AI/Robotics trends in industry via academic papers: read the following two papers on a topic in AI/Robotics, and then summarize their key points, noting overlaps and differences of ideas. Include in your summary the advantages/benefits that this technology is bringing to their application domains, highlighting examples, and note problems and issues yet to be solved (e.g., noting “gaps” needing research to fill) as highlighted by the papers: A method for building self-folding machines (please access via Deakin VPN or within Deakin network) – read more on this project at the Website of the Wyss Insititute Robotic metamorphosis by origami exoskeletons

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