Project: Global Technology Leadership Forum
It is a real invasion of robots now in Sochi: some sort of garbage, others make coffee. To give them a task, it is enough just to think about it.
Pavel Frolov controls the robot by the power of thought. While this is more like entertainment so far, but it is this technology that will probably soon allow the surgeon to operate the patient at any distance with such a hoop on his head, and the pilot to control the aircraft.
Even now, a paralyzed person can operate an automatic wheelchair this way. A device that processes brain processes was printed on a 3D printer. By the way, it can also be launched by the power of thought. All developments are Russian. This is the primary condition to participate in the Global Technology Leadership Forum.
Quantums, fifth-generation communications, sensors, and artificial intelligence are strategic, innovative directions that will become drivers of the development of the domestic economy in the next ten years. The formation of the ecosystem was entrusted to the heads of large state-owned companies, which, together with investors at a forum in Sochi, discussed how to become a global technology leader.
The forum conducted stress tests for all roadmaps, according to which the country should switch to digital economic tracks. Each state-owned company oversees its technology.
Between curators and innovators are development institutions such as Russian Venture Company. They are looking for promising ways to implement the most significant national project, “Digital Economy”.
The digital economy will be developed in ten directions, plus one federal project on artificial intelligence. The main task of officials and investors is to find teams for start-ups that will work systematically, and not on a single project.
Evgeny Gudov, in his business, felt the interest of development institutions in his then-start-up. Quickly applied, received money, and the reporting was simple. As a result, he is already selling the first Russian high-precision robot to enterprises.
Five operations per second, accuracy — one-tenth of a millimeter, it is less than a human hair. Robots work in three shifts without days off and holidays. They are paid off in just one year.