LIVE: CNBC TechCheck+ chats AI, robotics, and renewable energy with Gecko Robotics CEO — 1/26/23

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Live: cnbc techcheck+ chats ai, robotics, and renewable energy with gecko robotics ceo — 1/26/23

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CNBC’s Pippa Stevens chats with Jake Loosararian, co-founder and CEO of Gecko Robotics. Loosararian shares his expectations and predictions around AI and the intersection of robotics and renewable energy. They discuss how energy reliability and resiliency will be a critical front line in the future of warfare – particularly given how the war in Ukraine has exposed the vulnerability of public infrastructure in global conflict. Loosararian also discusses how emergent technology can bolster power grids with AI, advanced robotics and sensors to withstand an energy blockade.

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