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3. The technology can replace humans in some tasks, but will also create new jobs.
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4. Experts say the human-machine pairing often achieves the best results in a task.
This Motoman video showing one of the company’s robots at work
5. Many local companies develop, sell or use AI technology. They include the University of Dayton, Evanhoe & Associates, Mile Two, Galois Inc., Tangram Flex Inc., LexisNexis Legal and Professional, Yaskawa America Inc.’s Motoman Robotics Division, Huntington Bancshares, Kroger Co., Premier Health and Kettering Health Network.
The Kroger Co. and Microsoft Corp. in January announced they are partnering on a smart technology system in stores in Monroe, Ohio and in Redmond, Washington. EDGE Shelf uses digital displays to indicate prices, promotions and other information. Consumers can use their smart phone or hand-held ...
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