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Welcome to Episode 58 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us each week for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community.
This week, Steve and Mike recap the Autonomous Mobile Robots and Logistics Conference that took place in Memphis.
They also talk to Stephanie Cannon of Pitney Bowes, which is deploying robotics systems from Ambi Robotics throughout the U.S to support its e-commerce network.
We also discuss the news of the week, including Waymo’s self-driving cars repeatedly hitting a dead-end in San Francisco, and the outrage sparked by a commercial quadruped that was outfitted with an unmanned rifle.
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- AMR Conference Recap: 0:00 – 24:44
- News recap: 24:45 – 47:06
- Interview with Stephanie Cannon of Pitney Bowes: 47:06 – 1:10:42
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