61 Robotics Companies with Available Job Opportunities

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It’s extremely heartening to see our little list effectively double since the last time we did one of these. While it’s true that layoffs continue to plague the tech industry at large, there are few better fields to be expert in at the moment than Robotics and AI. With more than 60 entries this week, there are plenty of jobs and companies to choose from, across a broad range of different segments from mail sorting to surgery to space. To everyone who lost a job, recently graduated or is just looking for something new, here’s to finding your next big thing. ACK Robotics (10 roles)Advanced Construction Robotics (3 roles)Aescape (7 roles)Aigen (16 roles)Ambi Robotics (2 roles)ANYbotics (24 roles)Astrobotic (40 roles)Aurora (63 roles)Austrian Institute of Technology (1 role)Avidbots (12 roles)Baubot (12 roles)Bloomfield Robotics (5 roles)Bridge Appliances Inc (2 roles)Carnegie Robotics (3 roles)Chef Robotics (9 roles)Collaborative Robotics (8 roles)Covariant (14 roles)Crimson Tech (3 roles)Cyvl.ai (3 roles)Dexterity (39 roles)Edge Case Research (3 roles)Exotec (176 roles)Formic (7 roles)Formlogic (10 roles)Four Growers (4 roles)Foxglove (2 roles)Gather AI (5 roles)GrayMatter Robotics (8 roles)Hellbender (6 roles)Honeywell (10 roles)Identified Technology (5 roles)Kef Robotics (3 roles)Kewazo (2 roles)Matic Robotics (12 roles)Medra AI (2 roles)Mine Vision Systems (2 roles)Motional (19 roles)National Robotics Engineering Center (3 roles)Near Earth Autonomy (7 roles)Neya Systems (6 roles)Nimble Robotics (9 roles)Onward Robotics (3 roles)Point One Navigation (5 roles)Pudu Robotics (2 roles)Reframe Systems (3 roles)Roboto AI (1 role)Robust AI (12 roles)Sanctuary AI (12 roles)Scythe Robotics (7 roles)Seegrid (10 roles)ST Engineering Aethon (4 roles)Stack AV (40 roles)Standard Bots (8 roles)Stratom Inc (7 roles)Symbotic (95 roles)The AI Institute (18 roles)Titan Robotics (3 roles)Vayu Robotics (4 roles)Vecna Robotics (5 roles)Vention (19 roles)Volley Automation (6 roles)

“Global Debut: OnePlus 12 Series Unveiled by OnePlus”

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OnePlus launched the OnePlus 12 series globally today, bringing an R-series device to North America and Europe for the first time. The company also launched the $99 OnePlus Buds 3 wireless buds apart from the OnePlus 12 (starting at $799) and the OnePlus 12R (starting at $499). Last year, OnePlus launched just the $699 OnePlus 11 in the U.S., while the OnePlus 11R was limited to India and China. The OnePlus 12 boasts a 6.82-inch 1440p display with the company claiming it reaches up to 4,500 nits of brightness. OnePlus is opting for a triple camera setup in the OnePlus 12 with a 50-megapixel Sony LYT-808 sensor, which has a f/1.6 aperture.

Flagship Specs and Premium Price: The Upcoming OnePlus 12

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The Oppo-owned phone maker just debuted its latest flagship, the OnePlus 12. Zoom goes up to 120x, but you’re going to start introducing noise into the photo after around 6x. Meanwhile a new “Master Mode” brings additional options to OnePlus’ Pro Mode feature, including adjustments to things like contrast, saturation, sharpness and tint. Flagship specs at flagship prices. If that’s a bit too step, the new OnePlus 12R starts at $500 – less than half the price.

“Ripple’s President Envisions Even Greater Growth for Payment and Enterprise Ventures After 12 Years”

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Although Ripple has been around since 2012, it and the XRP Ledger are doubling down on its global payments journey. At the same time, it’s also aiming to become the go-to enterprise infrastructure provider, the company’s president, Monica Long, said on TechCrunch’s Chain Reaction podcast. Distinct from the Ripple network and protocol, the XRP Ledger is a decentralized public ledger with an open source code base that anyone can contribute to or use, Long said. “Foreign exchange is pretty concentrated in terms of the players who actually have enough capital to provide liquidity for those transactions,” Long said. “And so when you have a lot of concentration, you have a lack of competitiveness for the pricing.”