Artificial Intelligence

AI could boost worker safety in warehouses and factories

An algorithm identified when a task started and ended so that it could calculate a risk score for an entire action. Image: REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

Sarah McQuate

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The researchers had a robot (white arm) monitor participants performing activities in a warehouse-like setting. At the end of each activity, the robot showed a score on its display (right).
Image: Parsa et al./IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
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