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14 May, 2020

Investing in Artificial Intelligence: Introducing THNQ

By Jeremie Capron, Director of Research, ROBO Global

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27 Mar, 2020

To avoid a COVID-19 replay, robotics & AI technologies will come to the rescue

By: lllah R. Nourbakhsh, PhD, Professor of Robotics at Carnegie Mellon & ROBO Global Strategic Advisor

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25 Mar, 2020

Crisis accelerates re-shaping of work with automation and AI

By: Lisa Chai, Sr. Research Analyst, ROBO Global

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7 Feb, 2020

AI is coming to the grocery store. Are you ready?

By Lisa Chai, Senior Research Analyst, ROBO Global

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3 Dec, 2019

Turnkey Tech Investing: November 2019 Market Brief

By Bill Studebaker, CIO & President, ROBO Global

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3 Dec, 2019

Robotics and AI trends that are changing the world in 2020

By Bill Studebaker, President & CIO, ROBO Global

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25 Nov, 2019

Investing in Technology? These Industry Trends Point to Future Growth Opportunities

From Silicon Valley’s TechCrunch and RoboBusiness, to the Northeast’s Future of Health and Hubspot, we’ve seen a slew of industry conferences and events bring together the top minds and companies in tech over the past few months. As we roll into the final countdown of this decade, everyone is anxious to see the final showcases and sales of the year—investors included.

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14 Nov, 2019

ServiceNow: Building the Roadmap for Tomorrow’s Digital Workforce

By Lisa Chai, Senior Research Analyst, ROBO Global

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26 Sep, 2019

Cognex: a company with vision delivering computers that can see

By Jeremie Capron, Director of Research, ROBO Global

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19 Sep, 2019

From Buzzword to Basic: Marketing Automation & AI Takes the Spotlight at Hubspot’s Inbound Conference

Amid the rolling hills of South Dakota lies a long strip of highway that billboard marketing has effectively served for nearly a century. Today, I-90 remains scattered with billboards advertising Wall Drug. Standing at just a hundred feet apart for more than a hundred miles, the signs deliver a simple message: “Stop at Wall Drug for free water and fun!” It’s a near-constant barrage of in-your-face marketing that can’t help but fill passers-by with curiosity.

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