Tend.ai aims to innovate automation with a webcam-enabled arm that can tend to various tasks without human intervention

The further experts hypothesize about the future of our workforce, the more we find ourselves talking about robots and automation. Whilst the prospect of technical unemployment remains a very dire reality for some occupations, there is one startup that is looking to give the future of robotics and animation a collaborative boost. Tend.ai is a cloud-based solution aimed to assist with machine tending processes.

The idea behind Tend.ai is to provide the ‘smarts' behind these robots, starting within smaller operations. The lightbulb moment came when founder and CEO of the startup noted his neighbor's wife constantly tending to numerous 3D printers.

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