In China, Lynk & CO's high-tech factory flags global challengeMay 1
While auto workers in Germany and South Korea fight to save their jobs, one of China's youngest auto brands is gearing up to build crossovers at a new factory with digitally connected robots and a fresh workforce of 1,800 people.
Renault-Nissan sees autonomous deliveries taking lead over robotaxisMarch 13
Domo Arigato, Mr. RobotoFeb. 11
Toyota says its Kirobo Mini conversation partner, a robot it's selling in Japan, is a first step toward talking cars, but its conversations highlight the gulf that remains in achieving that goal and the challenges automakers face when delving into tomorrow's world of high technology.
'The human touch': Why assembly plants need people more than robotsJan. 23
An idea that could stop robots from hurting factory workers: AirbagsSept. 18, 2017
VW, Nvidia to cooperate on artificial intelligenceJune 27, 2017
Can R2-D2 change oil?June 4, 2017
In a future with robotics, who foots the bill?June 4, 2017
Would robots in service be considered a tool to help techs do their jobs, like a good set of wrenches — and thus the financial responsibility of the tech — or a piece of dealership-owned capital equipment, such as a lift?