The CRAV.ai conference provided great conversations on the topics of AI, machine learning, and collaborative robots that gets the wheels of innovation turning in your head.
I have been working with machine vision for over 20 years and I am still learning more and more, especially at the CRAV.AI conference.
The presentations, demos and displays in the exhibit area, and the interactions with attendees were all incredibly valuable.
CRAV.ai is an extremely well organized event dealing with topics that will be (or rather are already) affecting us in our daily life. Implementing them to more real-life applications will mean the difference between successful and less-successful companies, and quite possibly between survival and shutdown.
Grupo Antolin North America
CRAV.ai gave me an opportunity to meet leaders in Industry 4.0, network with others who share my interests and gave me insights to prepare for what robotics and AI will look like for the next 5 years.
Collaborative Robots. Advanced Vision Technologies. Artificial Intelligence.
The automation industry is yet again facing a time of tremendous change and disruption. Don’t be left behind.
At this two-day Collaborative Robots, Advanced Vision & AI (CRAV.ai) conference, you will learn about these growing, dynamic technologies from experts in each field. You’ll connect with leading suppliers and integrators at the tabletop exhibition. And you’ll walk away with actionable insights to help advance your business.
Qualcomm Chancellor’s Chair in Robot Systems, IEEE & AAAS Fellow Director, Contextual Robotics Institute, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Jacobs School of Engineering @ UC San Diego
Robust.AI and UC San Diego
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