Pitney Bowes partners with Vicarious to reduce both per-unit costs and cycle time by 35%.
Published by VicariousViewHelping clients during COVID-19
Learn how Shastha Foods weathered COVID-19 and reduced labor costs by 27% by automating with Vicarious.
Published by VicariousViewVicarious: There’s Robots, Then There’s ‘Robots-As-A-Service’ Model
Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Mark Benioff and Mark Zuckerberg all have something in common other than being billionaires. They all invest in a company called Vicarious, which is taking robotics to a higher, yet more democratic, level.
Published by PYMNTSViewIntroducing Vicarious: AI for the Robot Age
Every interesting startup exists to make a prediction about the future come true. Our prediction: in fifteen years, robots will be as commonplace and easy to use as mobile phones.
Published by VicariousViewThese Industrial Robots Get More Adept With Every Task
Vicarious, a secretive 10-year-old startup backed by Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos, reveals its progress and an initial customer.
Published by Wired MagazineViewFuture Data Applications – Human-Level Intelligent Robots
Each year, the Samsung CEO Summit brings together leading entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders and Samsung’s global portfolio of companies for a day of insights and networking.
Published by Samsung Catalyst FundViewOur Principles
Vicarious aims to bring about a robotic golden age by using AI to automate more and more general tasks until we reach artificial general intelligence. Here are the clear and explicit principles that guide our research and products.
Published by VicariousViewSaving AI From Catastrophic Forgetting
In the quest to build AI that goes beyond today's single-purpose machines, scientists are developing new tools to help AI remember the right things — and forget the rest.
Published by AxiosViewWhy Can’t Robots Just Learn to Do Things Without Being Told?
Robots normally need to be programmed in order to get them to perform a particular task, but they can be coaxed into writing the instructions themselves with the help of machine learning.
Published by The RegisterViewHate Assembling IKEA Furniture? This Robot Might Be Able to Help
Dileep George, an artificial intelligence and neuroscience researcher at Vicarious AI in San Francisco, and colleagues have programmed a robot to read and understand visual instruction manuals and build things from them.
Published by FortuneViewHow to Teach Artificial Intelligence Some Common Sense
We’ve spent years feeding neural nets vast amounts of data, teaching them to think like human brains. They’re crazy-smart, but they have absolutely no common sense. What if we’ve been doing it all wrong?
Published by Wired MagazineViewThe Future of AI Will Be About Less Data, Not More
When robots have a conceptual understanding of the world, as humans do, it is easier to teach them things, using far less data.
Published by Harvard Business ReviewView