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Chicago Tribune
Why the robot takeover of the economy is proceeding slowlyexported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
exported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one robot for every human, most made by Japan's Fanuc Corp. The infusion of automation into the plant didn't push out a single worker. Robots added scale. The plant will... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Robots slow to infiltrate many workplacesexported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
exported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one robot for every human, most made by Japan's Fanuc Corp. The infusion of automation into the plant didn't push out a single worker. Robots added scale. The plant will... Read more
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TribLIVE
Why the robot takeover of the economy is proceeding slowlyJournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only A Fanuc Corp. in
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only A Fanuc Corp. industrial robot moves a vehicle during a demonstration at the International Robot Exhibition 2015 in Tokyo on... Read more
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The Morning Call
Why the robot takeover of the economy is proceeding slowlyexported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one
The Morning Call / Posted 14 days ago
exported. In 2000, there were no robots on the factory floor. Now there is one robot for every human, most made by Japan's Fanuc Corp. The infusion of automation into the plant didn't push out a single worker. Robots added scale. The plant will... Read more

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