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First of a 3-part series on Canadian robotics

Canadian Robotics Muscles into

Prime Time


A robotics ecosystem that was always

very good is now wow!

Why?

"Asian Robotics Review is a breath of fresh air in robotics reporting and essential reading for AI specialists, technology journalists, robotics professionals and all serious tech hounds." 
                                      --Tom Atwood,  Executive Director

                                  National Robotics Education Foundation 

“This is a great site... a very good and timely idea, 

and a great source of information and analysis."  

                                    --Dan Kara, Research Director, Robotics, ABI Research  ​​                                                                                    

The Golden Age of Canadian Robotics?

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DON'T FORGET INDIA
What's poor yet upwardly mobile with the best-performing economy...not only in Asia but  worldwide? The enigma that is India.
How will its  brilliant technology and  expertise converge  with that due east?

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SOUTHEAST ASIA
Youthful, energetic and brimming with disruptive ideas, skills and creative drive, the ASEAN community of nations offers unique capabilities and resources vital to the future of  the continent. 

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EAST ASIA

Advanced technical leadership will originate in East Asia. Each country possesses its own special brand of innovation and invention necessary for the transformation of both work and society for all of Asia.
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THE ASIAN CENTURY

​Nowhere else on the planet will experience such massive adoption, implementation and use of robot-driven automation than in Asia.  Join us as we chronicle those changes and their impact on  3.5 billion people.

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