THE BOTTOM LINE

AN INCREASING number of Singaporeans are discovering the wide application of software robots, and how it can make them more relevant to a highly automated workforce of the future.

[SHENZHEN, China] With glowing blue eyes and trusting feline features, a new robot cat by Chinese startup Elephant Robotics seems happily oblivious to the worries of CEO Joey Song as he shows it...

[TOKYO] Mira Robotics developed its "ugo" robot to reinforce greying Japan's shrinking workforce, but as the coronavirus threat persists, the Japanese startup is offering its machine as a tool in...

[BANGKOK] A scurrying robot dog named K9 dispenses hand sanitiser to curious children and wary shoppers - one of the more unexpected measures Thai malls are taking as the kingdom relaxes virus...

[MILAN] Fiat Chrysler said on Monday it planned to list its robot-making unit Comau and had appointed Paolo Carmassi as the company's new chief executive for the purpose.

[SEOUL] A self-driving robot equipped with cameras and an LED screen greets visitors at the lobby in the headquarters of South Korea's largest mobile operator, checking their temperature,...

THE robots advising investors at the biggest Nordic banks just had their best quarter since being switched on. Much of their sudden popularity has coincided with the crisis triggered by Covid-19....

[DAEJEON] The new robot barista at the cafe in Daejeon, South Korea, is courteous and swift as it seamlessly makes its way towards customers.

THE BOTTOM LINE

IF THERE was ever a good time for the robots-taking-over-jobs argument, this may be it.

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