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Back in January, we announced the launch of Kambria’s Global Innovation Fund with Lehigh University. The purpose of the Fund is to leverage our academic and corporate networks to globally match researchers looking for funding with companies interested in innovation. The first recipient of a Fund sponsorship was the CS capstone project at Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Lehigh students have now integrated voice commands into Ohmni robots! Fast forward…

With so much development around using AI to help improve our educational system, one big question is what will its impact be on the very nature of how we educate? How will our interactions with learning students change if we start relying more heavily on high-tech educational resources? The global demand for artificial intelligence in the education market is anticipated to exceed $6 billion USD by 2024 (Source: Global Market Insights, Inc. 2018) and to grow by…

Growing ‘Technology Trees’ is a principal objective of the Kambria Foundation. Our unique advantage is that we already have robotics product in the market, and we will use it to jump-start the open innovation platform. OhmniLabs is licensing its technologies — software and hardware — to Kambria for its use in the development of the first vertical in AI & Robotics. But to grow our technology trees, we will have to work with our research…