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The Association for Advancing Automation (A3) is the global advocate for the benefits of automating in every market space.
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Twitter opens up its analytics platform. Now everyone can check the performance of their tweets

Twitter opens up its analytics platform. Now everyone can check the performance of their tweets | A3 Automation | Scoop.it

Twitter has quietly opened up its various analytics tools to the public, giving everyone access to in-depth data about the people and brands who follow them, as well as the performance ...


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New Modular Smart-Sensors Makes Concentration Measurement Simple ... - Wall Street Journal

New Modular Smart-Sensors Makes Concentration Measurement Simple ... - Wall Street Journal | A3 Automation | Scoop.it
New Modular Smart-Sensors Makes Concentration Measurement Simple ...
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The modular design includes a flow-through adapter with two push-to-connect input/output ports and integrated mounting bracket.
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4D Printing leaves 3D Printing in the Dust

4D Printing leaves 3D Printing in the Dust | A3 Automation | Scoop.it
4D Printing is a brand new concept / technology where Skylar Tibbit's research has allowed him to print 3d printed objects that will self assemble.

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Robots Are Not Killing Jobs, Says a Roboticist - IEEE Spectrum

Robots Are Not Killing Jobs, Says a Roboticist - IEEE Spectrum | A3 Automation | Scoop.it
A Georgia Tech professor of robotics argues automation is still creating more jobs than it destroys
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Festo -- LearningGripper

"The LearningGripper from Festo looks like an abstract form of the human hand. The four fingers of the gripper are driven by twelve pneumatic bellows actuators with low-level pressurisation. Thanks to the machine learning process, the gripper is able to teach itself to carry out complex actions such as the targeted gripping and positioning of an object."


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