AI Current Resources
A variety of resources and services are available at AIHub, including a weekly lecture series, news stories and research on robotics theories and projects.
This website serves as the web’s largest collection of research and findings about artificial intelligence, offering a steady and up-to-date stream of articles.
For those who don’t have time to sift through news sources, AI Weekly provides an email subscription-based round up of the top stories every week.
In operation since 1979, this professional organization seeks to advance understanding and integration of artificial intelligence.
This online magazine is focused on bringing the best and most credible news from the field of automation to one easily accessible location.
A nonprofit, Best focuses on encouraging students to pursue STEM-related careers via robotics design.
This website is wholly dedicated to providing the latest research and findings on the move towards autonomous and self-driving vehicles.
This chapter-based society exists to further innovation, education and research in the fields of robotics and automation.
IAIES seeks to advance the use of AI systems to enhance educational offerings at all levels, through workshops, training, conferences, and a variety of member-based resources.
This professional organization develops industry standards, provides professional certification for those in the field, furthers research, publishes findings, holds conferences, and offers networking opportunities to its members.
This print and online publication brings readers cutting edge research in the world of industrial automation.
NASA’s Robotics, Automation and Control division provides the latest research on how these technologies are informing space exploration.
This nonprofit focused on R&D advocates for the development and dissemination of open source software related to robotics research, product creation and education.
This trade group has been in existence since 1974 and focuses on providing valuable insight and research to engineers, managers and executives within the field.
This helpful tool provided by NPR offers a comprehensive search tool on the likelihood of specific jobs being replaced by automation in the coming decades.
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