Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Co-bots: Ford's experiment in robot-human collaboration where no one loses their job

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Co-bots: Ford's experiment in robot-human collaboration where no one loses their job

At its factory in Cologne, Germany, Ford is working on 'co-bots'-robots designed to assist human workers. Here's what they plan to gain from the new working experience.

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