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Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 9, 2021) - American Aires Inc. (CSE: WIFI) (the "Company" or "Aires") is pleased to announce that it has engaged the firm of Berglass Associates, a Management and Consulting Firm, to assist the Company in hiring a Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) who will provide the wealth of experience and global marketing expertise required to bring Aires to the next level of marketing and sales success. Berglass Associates is a firm based out of New York with a reputation for connecting companies with best-of-breed talent in whatever role a company requires. Aires' search for a high quality, experienced and forward looking individual to take charge of the CRO position of the Company is intended to facilitate the most expedient journey on the path toward increased profits and Company growth. Matt Berglass, President of Berglass Associates commented, "Like Aires Tech, we look to the future. We specialize in finding C-Suite talent that embrace the changes that today's consumer has accepted as normal. The CRO we find will be dedicated to building a brand that will resonate with both the customer and retailer. We're excited to be part of a program that will protect the consumer as their digital world expands."


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For investors trying to understand the opportunity and the size of the market, a report from Statista says that, "In 2017, the global AI market is expected to be worth approximately 1.25 billion U.S. dollars. Some current major uses of artificial intelligence include image recognition, object identification, detection and classification, as well as automated geophysical feature detection. The largest proportion of revenues come from the AI for enterprise applications market." Featured Company: Gopher Protocol, Inc. (OTCQB: GOPH) is a development-stage company developing Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technology. The Company has a portfolio of Intellectual Property that when commercialized will include smart microchips, mobile application software and supporting cloud software.


How robotics can fit your operation

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If you wanted to create the perfect mix of conditions to trigger the growth of a type of automated equipment for distribution center operations, you couldn't do much better than the factors lining up in favor of robotics. E-commerce and omni-channel fulfillment are driving labor-intensive piece picking, and warehouse labor is increasingly difficult to find and retain. DC operators know they need to automate to reduce these challenges, but few operations are able to plunk down millions for traditional automation projects that carry long payback times and might be difficult to reconfigure. Enter a new generation of robots, based on technology that uses on-board sensors and a more "natural" approach to navigation. Research shows high interest in robotics.


How robotics can fit your operation

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If you wanted to create the perfect mix of conditions to trigger the growth of a type of automated equipment for distribution center operations, you couldn't do much better than the factors lining up in favor of robotics. E-commerce and omni-channel fulfillment are driving labor-intensive piece picking, and warehouse labor is increasingly difficult to find and retain. DC operators know they need to automate to reduce these challenges, but few operations are able to plunk down millions for traditional automation projects that carry long payback times and might be difficult to reconfigure. Enter a new generation of robots, based on technology that uses on-board sensors and a more "natural" approach to navigation. Research shows high interest in robotics.


Robots uncaged

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Industry has used robots for decades. They were once confined to safety cages in manufacturing facilities, programmed to perform one task perfectly, over and over again. Their purpose was to make high volumes of goods more quickly and cheaply. But advances in a number of technologies are springing robots from their cages, liberating them to work in new roles, in new industries, and with new benefits. Robots are changing far more than manufacturing--in industries ranging from retail to financial services, they are clambering onto the agendas of strategy, marketing, customer experience, and product leaders.