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RIMA workshop features robots, 3D innovation with Axis New England, R&D...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, in conjunction with Polaris MEP, will present a workshop called “Time to Think Outside of the Box”...
A RELIABLE ASSISTANT: Dr. Jeannine Giovanni uses the da Vinci Xi Surgical System to perform bariatric surgery. Giovanni says the robotic help allows more-precise procedures and quicker recovery times for patients. / 
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Weight loss surgery with the help of a robot

More precision and smaller incisions. These are the main benefits that modern robot-assisted surgery brings to bariatric surgery, a procedure that helps with weight loss...

As robots take over warehousing, workers pushed to adapt

NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – Robots haven't replaced warehouse workers yet, but they're here — and they need some human supervision. Doing your job side-by-side...
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Five Questions With Takaya Sugimura

5Q: Takaya Sugimura | President, Yushin America Inc. 1. What does Yushin America do in Rhode Island? We are the oldest and largest subsidiary...
PRECISE CUTS: Bert Lima, shop supervisor at The Beck Cos., operates the robotic saw jet from BACA Systems. It allows precise cuts and details in the stone countertops and pieces that Beck manufactures.
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Robots seen complementing, not replacing, workers

Manufacturers in Rhode Island who are looking for greater efficiency and productivity are turning to automated machines and programmable robots, but the technology creates...

OSHA seeks info on control-circuit devices, robot-interaction risks

PROVIDENCE – The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration is looking for information to potentially update its Control of Hazardous Energy Lockout/Tagout standard, the...

Air Strike robotics team finishes fourth at FIRST World Championship

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island and Massachusetts high school students from the Air Strike robotics team who competed in the FIRST World Championship robotics competition...

Medrobotics founder wins Engelberger award for educational leadership

RAYNHAM – The Robotics Industries Association selected Howie Choset, founder and acting chief technology officer of Medrobotics of Raynham, for a 2019 Englberger Robotics...

Protecting workers from robots

Marc Andreessen, venture capitalist and one of the pioneers of the World Wide Web, once declared that the spread of computers and the internet...
UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND junior Karla Haiat poses with an underwater exploration vehicle during her research internship at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Florida. She has been awarded the opportunity to study at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute in California this summer. / COURTESY KARLA HAIAT

Haiat awarded internship to study underwater robotics in California

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – University of Rhode Island junior and marine biology major Karla Haiat has been awarded the opportunity to study at the Monterey...
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