Although traditionally the practice of medicine requires a combination of diagnostic and surgical skills that only highly trained doctors and nurses can dependably deliver, robots have increasingly made their way into medical settings over the past 40 years. We take a look at several areas in which robots may be put to medically beneficial use .
Written by Philip Graves, June 6-7, 2017.
The text has been copy-edited for house style by David Graves, Director of GWS Robotics
Carling Knight and David Graves of GWS Robotics report on the exhibition.
The Pepper World Paris event was hosted by SoftBank Robotics at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, a large science museum located in the Pont-de-Flandre district within the 19th arondissement of Paris.
Written by Philip Graves, GWS Robotics, March 31st, 2017
This article has been selectively edited by David Graves, Creative Director of GWS Robotics
Written by Philip Graves, GWS Robotics, January 27th, 2017
The original text of this article has been selectively edited for ease of reading by David Graves, Creative Director of GWS Robotics.
It was further slightly edited for clarity by the original author on March 22nd, 2017.
GWS Robotics, spun out of design and digital marketing company GWS Media, will customise Pepper, created by SoftBank Robotics, so it is suitable for individual companies. David, a Cambridge University graduate who has worked as a computer programmer for nearly two decades, said: “It’s a very interesting challenge developing an application for a robot like Pepper that can interact and talk with you.”
Please note that the invitation to meet Pepper at The Watershed is now out of date.
It’s been three months now since we have welcomed our new colleague to GWS Media, a digital marketing and web agency based in Bristol.