Oliver Mitchell, founding partner at Autonomy Venture (left) and Stephen Gorevan, chairman and founder of Honeybee Ventures. Images: Caroline Sinno Photography LLC

Robotics AI is augmenting human intelligence

What does methane on Mars mean for robotic requirements? How are robots driving productivity and the P&L? What are the limits of learning? Stephen Gorevan of Honeybee Robotics, Keith Ross of NYU Shanghai, Oliver Mitchell of Autonomy Ventures, and Vikram Kapila of NYU Tandon Mechatronics weigh in

Future Labs
Dec 20, 2018 · 6 min read

Giving robots intelligence isn’t easy

Keith Ross, dean of Computer Science and Engineering, NYU Shanghai; professor, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Leaders tie AI to the P&L

Oliver Mitchell, founding partner, Autonomy Ventures

AI heads to the final frontier

Stephen Gorevan (right), chairman, Honeybee Robotics

Next steps for robotics

Vikram Kapila, professor, Mechatronics Lab, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

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