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A.I. Robot Makes 300 Pizzas Per Hour

“Picnic—a Seattle startup, —announced this past week that it has created an assembly platform that can make 300, 12-inch pizzas per hour (and 180 18-inch pizzas per hour), making this robot a first-of-its-kind. When a pizza is ordered, the order goes into a digital queue, prompting the robot to begin making the pie the moment...

Uber launches Staffing Business in Chicago

Uber launches Staffing Business “Uber gets you to work. Now, it can help you get work. Uber is launching a staffing platform here in Chicago, Crain’s reported. The new branch of Uber’s business will provide companies with on-demand temporary employees — and gig workers with more ways to make money. The appropriately named Uber Works...

Ready for the “Merchandise Mart of technology”

  “Merchandise Mart of technology” “Backers of the proposed 18-story building include intellectual property advisory firm Ocean Tomo and TechNexus, a source of funding and connections for startups. Their zoning attorney, Michael Ezgur, called the project a “Merchandise Mart of technology,” a description that’s apt but falls short. “The whole building is essentially a living...

Amazon Chicago Tech Hub Grows

(Photo: Business Wire) Amazon Chicago tech hub is expanding. The company is hiring for 400 new jobs to the area including cloud computing, advertising, and business development positions. Since 2010, Amazon has invested over $4.4 billion and added over 11,000 full-time jobs in Illinois, including customer fulfillment, cloud infrastructure and more. With the addition of...

Is Uber Chicago Move A Good Thing?

“You can’t disrupt the freight shipping industry from Silicon Valley. That’s the most important takeaway from Uber Technologies’ decision to move its fast-growing logistics business to Chicago. San Francisco-based Uber on Monday announced plans to fill more than 450,000 square feet of space at the Old Post Office with 2,000 workers. Sure, it’s a big coup for the real estate...

McDonald’s develops drive-thru with artificial intelligence

“McDonald’s said Tuesday it has agreed to acquire a company that is trying to automate the drive-thru. It’s the fast-food giant’s third tech-focused deal this year. Apprente, a Silicon Valley company founded in 2017, uses artificial intelligence to understand drive-thru orders, which could cut down on service times. McDonald’s said the technology also could be used...

Vivid Seats moves to Marshall Field building

“The Toronto-based firm converting the upper floors of the landmark Marshall Field building on State Street into offices is close to landing its first tenant there. Online secondary ticket marketplace Vivid Seats is in advanced talks to lease around 110,000 square feet at the historic Loop property, according to sources familiar with negotiations. The Chicago-based...

Motorola Solutions announces the Tech to Protect Challenge

“Motorola Solutions Inc. today announced its launch of the Tech to Protect Challenge, a national open innovation contest designed to advance public safety communications. As a national co-sponsor of the initiative, Motorola Solutions will host the regional codeathon event Sept. 27-29 at the Schaumburg campus located outside of Chicago and invites all bright minds to...

New Tech: Sunlight Powered Delivery Robots?

New tech is taking over the world. Imagine a robot delivering your favorite fast-food order? New tech is becoming the norm. Read below to see how it will be powered. “From the time he was a high school student, Rohit Kalyanpur thought it was peculiar that although it’s possible to create energy from a solar panel...
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