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Welcome to A3 Insider - your weekly newsletter on automation news, business insights and emerging tech trends. It’s compiled each week by the Association for Advancing Automation’s Director of Education Strategies Robert Huschka and delivered directly to your inbox. Email him with news tips or suggestions at rhuschka@a3automate.org.

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Who is responsible for an artificial intelligence’s decisions?

NOV. 9, 2018 EDITION
Who is responsible for an artificial intelligence’s decisions?
Legally scholars, insurance companies – and the art world – are contemplating the ramifications of machine learning.
Plus: A pizza bot, creepy robots, Google’s cloud robotics platform and a request for help.
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A breakthrough in nanorobotics

NOV. 2, 2018 EDITION
A breakthrough in nanorobotics
Researchers discover how to operate microscopic motors using light frequencies.
Plus: Cute home robots, mighty palm-sized drones and hack-proof quantum computer networks.
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Global robot sales double in 5 years

OCT. 19, 2018 EDITION
Global robot sales double in 5 years
A record 381,000 units shipped globally in 2017.
Plus: Watch these robots jump, climb and dance.
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Remembering the legacy of Rethink Robotics

OCT. 15, 2018 EDITION
Remembering the legacy of Rethink Robotics
This pioneer helped grow a market for a robot that could work side by side with people.
Plus: A major team-up in self-driving car race.
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Your quick briefing – and a reading list -- on the new trade deal.

OCT. 5, 2018 EDITION
Who wins in replacment for NAFTA?
Your quick briefing – and a reading list -- on the new trade deal.
Plus: Are you ready for the Gen Z workforce?
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How artificial intelligence is making the world a better place

SEPT. 28, 2018 EDITION
How artificial intelligence is making the world a better place
Stop talking about the Terminator! Focus on the potential good that AI can do.
Plus: Quantum computing, bug vision for drones, and a robot engineer as a TV star.
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Getting ready for the quantum computing leap

SEPT. 21, 2018 EDITION
Getting ready for the quantum computing leap
A breakthrough could fuel revolutions in AI, encryption, cybersecurity, chemistry, physics and medicine.
Plus: Friendly hospital robots, ag sensors falling from the sky, and the world’s smartest factories.
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Robots everywhere: In inspections, in 3D printing, in your living room -- but not in cages

SEPT. 14, 2018 EDITION
Robots everywhere: In inspections, in 3D printing, in your living room -- but not in cages
The questions to ask when looking at a solution for robotic vision inspections.
Plus: Smart glasses, cyber threats, solar-powered cars, and a surging manufacturing economy.
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Will super batteries power our future?

SEPT. 7, 2018 EDITION
Will super batteries power our future?
The world has gone wireless. But it still needs to be powered.
Plus: How to make your collaborative robots safe. Is Apple working on smart glasses? And how to escape IoT purgatory.
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The $100 billion battle to automate groceries

AUG. 30, 2018 EDITION
The $100 billion battle to automate groceries
Tired of going to the store? Companies are searching for solutions to bring your groceries right to you.
Plus: Thermal imaging in medicine, trade war losers, and the worst cyberattack in history.
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Self-driving cars: Skepticism picks up speed

AUG. 24, 2018 EDITION
Self-driving cars: Skepticism picks up speed 
How soon will autonomous vehicles arrive? Well, that depends on who you ask.
Plus: Robots in China, 5G in manufacturing and a movie star.
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Will space defense be good for business?

AUG. 17, 2018 EDITION
Will space defense be good for business? 
There’s no question that the U.S. has critically important national security interests in Earth orbit. If there is a U.S. Space Force to protect them, could the aerospace industry be the big winner?
Plus: Exoskeletons, grocery robots, 3-D printed BMW parts.
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Cyberattacks: How vulnerable is our power grid?

AUG. 10, 2018 EDITION
Cyberattacks: How vulnerable is our power grid? 
No matter your political persuasion, you’re probably pretty tired of hearing about Russian hacking. Unfortunately, there’s more to worry about than potential election manipulation.
Plus: The worst hacks of 2018.
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Where are my robot friends?

AUG. 3, 2018 EDITION
Where are our robot friends? 
Ok, so we don’t have Rosie from the “Jetsons” yet. But that isn’t deterring some big pockets from trying. Several tech giants are pouring HUGE money into secret projects to develop home robots.
Plus: Blockchain disruptions, the new chief scientist, a cybersecurity initiative and green jeans.
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There’s a storm coming – and it’s a trade war

July 27, 2018 EDITION
There's a storm coming - and it's a trade war 
A White House economic advisor says that President Trump is not going to back down on this issue with the Chinese. “They're picking the wrong customer, I’ll tell you that — you know how intense he is on this issue.”
Plus: A robot DRAGON, the road to digital manufacturing and 5 vision solutions.
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