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Autonomous Robots

Autonomous Robots

A mashup of 3D printing, computer vision, machine learning and other advanced technologies.

Boston Dynamics (Softbank) “Spot” robot

It’s an exciting time at the intersection of robotics, computer vision, AI, machine learning, deep learning/neural networks and 3D printing. We roamed MIT’s campus earlier this week as we were on site for a 3D printing class. While unsuccessful in our quest to 3D-print a robot of our own, we did spot a few delivery bots on campus. Below are snippets of content we found interesting about one of MIT’s more famous spin-outs, Boston Dynamics. We are working to get founder Marc Raibert on the TEK2day Podcast. The Boston Dynamics robots operate much like an autonomous vehicle, leveraging LiDAR technology to power “vision” and spatial awareness.


3D printing utilized in the manufacturing of robotics hardware

Boston Dynamics Founder Marc Raibert’s Ted Talk.

Spot mini – Boston Dynamics
spot mini specs
Spot mini – Boston Dynamics
Spot mini – Boston Dynamics

shrinking form factor (right to left) Boston Dynamics and founder Marc Raibert

Streaming Services Unbound

Streaming Services Unbound

There are a number of new streaming content providers on the block such as YouTube TV, ESPN+ and the forthcoming Disney+. In addition, legacy content providers such as the New York Times and CBS have caught subscription fever. (free article)

Subscription fatigue? Time will tell. We provide subscriber metrics including number of paid subscribers and subscription revenue for the following companies: Amazon, Apple, AT&T, CBS, Disney, Factset, Google, Hulu, Netflix, New York Times and Spotify.


Click here to access the PDF version of the below table. Email us at info@ceorater.com to request in Excel format.


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