Amazon’s New Shopper Bot Underwhelms, Plus Vicarious Surgical CEO Adam Sachs



On Episode 53 of The Robotic Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman study Amazon’s just lately unveiled Astro client robotic, the newest in a protracted line of non-public techniques designed to be used within the house.

By RBR Employees | October 7, 2021
Welcome to Episode 53 of The Robotic Report Podcast, the place every week Robotic Report editor Steve Crowe and Cellular Robotic Information editor Mike Oitzman assessment the newest robotics, automation and clever techniques information and bulletins, and interview main roboticists, leaders of progressive robotics corporations, and different key members of the robotics neighborhood.
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In Episode 53 of The Robotic Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman dive into Amazon Astro. Amazon just lately unveiled its much-anticipated client robotic earlier this week, and it’s underwhelmed the robotics neighborhood. We share our ideas about Astro and listen to from callers who share their opinions about Amazon’s first client robotic.
Crowe and Oitzman additionally interview Adam Sachs, CEO and founding father of Vicarious Surgical. The Massachusetts-based firm is growing a next-generation surgical system that in 2019 gained FDA breakthrough system designation for its digital reality-based robot-assisted surgical system. He mentioned the challenges and keys to growing the system, the alternatives forward, and debuting final week on the NYSE by way of SPAC.

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